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John Deere 425, hay cuber

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Suzy Cockran

09-15-2006 09:14:25
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I am looking for a John Deere 425, hay cuber. They were built around 1964 I believe. Any condition is fine. The engine does not need to be intact.
Please let me know if you know where I can find one.




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john Ruzzi

02-28-2007 14:52:50
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 09:14:25  
Hello suzy, I too looking for a John Deere 425 hay cuber. Can you help me. Tanks



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Glen in TX

09-16-2006 07:17:23
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 09:14:25  
Use to be some around this area too by Muleshoe TX and Clovis NM but I haven't seen any sitting around in years now. I was just in the Muleshoe area and didn't notice any this week. A lot of cubes were made in Colorado or Kansas and hauled here. All the feed mills now make a smaller short round cube with new machines at mill instead.



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Suzy Cockran

09-18-2006 10:46:04
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Glen in TX, 09-16-2006 07:17:23  
Thanks for the information!



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Roger in Iowa

09-15-2006 20:47:03
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 09:14:25  
Interesting about the bio-mass. I am retired from the factory where the cubers were built. Worked in the Marketing and Engineering departments. I am probably one of the few remaining ex-factory personnel that worked with/on a cuber.

I was also involved with a bio-mass project feeding switchgrass to a coal fired electrical plant near here this early spring.

What bio-mass are you using? Some materials will not cube well. Some you have to have additives for binding the materials together.

There were also stationary versions of the cuber.

Let me know if I can help.

Roger in Iowa

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George Fuchs

03-04-2007 10:54:12
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Roger in Iowa, 09-15-2006 20:47:03  
Hi Roger :
I would like to take up contact with you.
I produce alfalfa bales and would like to make cubes.
I have heard that some new self-propelled equipment is manufactured for smaller cubes than those made by the John Deere 425 model.
Do you know who makes it?
Since John Deere stopped making the machine do tou think advisable to buy a second hand unit ?
Would you know who has one?
Or maybe stationary machines are better?
My best regards to you, George

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Brendon

09-15-2006 19:53:32
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 09:14:25  
I saw your post on "Implement Alley" before seeing it here so I responded to that one as well. Like I said there, there were several of these machines setting at the Holly, Colorado John Deere dealership for many years but I don't know if they are still there. Holly is in southeast Colorado along US-50.



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KIP in MX

09-15-2006 11:42:26
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 09:14:25  
I´m pretty sure they came out in early 70´s. Try looking between Roswell and Carlsbad, NM. Used to be quite a few of them in that area making cubes for the dairies. Our neighbors had two, and you could hear those 6V-71s from miles away.



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Suzy Cockran

09-15-2006 12:29:18
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to KIP in MX, 09-15-2006 11:42:26  
Thank you for the information. Do you think your old neighbors might still still have one of them sitting somewhere?



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KIP in MX

09-15-2006 13:46:45
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 12:29:18  
I heard that three 425s were at a farm auction last week in Hagerman (south of Roswell). You can contact Graves Farms east of Roswell at 505-622-1889. They used to have one or two cubers. Ask for Buzz. He will probably know where there´s one for sale. Most of those things got parked when the big sqaure balers came out.

Good luck.



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Roger in Iowa

09-15-2006 09:19:12
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 09:14:25  
They were last built in the mid '70's. You will have to look in Arizona, California or Wyoming as that is where most were sold.

What do you want a cuber for?


Regards,
Roger in Iowa



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suzy Cockran

09-15-2006 10:26:58
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Roger in Iowa, 09-15-2006 09:19:12  
To use with a biomass furnace.



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RENE ANDRADE MUŅOZ

03-31-2007 19:15:32
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to suzy Cockran, 09-15-2006 10:26:58  
I´m in Chile.Warren Baerg makes hay cubers, John Deere makes hay cubers, IH too,lundell , a Chinese industry too, but i need know where sales it? Some dealer in USA or your web site.In the web there are a variety magazines toys or pieces but not a machine.If someone knows where sold one contact me.thanks.



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Charles W.

07-17-2007 10:01:52
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to RENE ANDRADE MUŅOZ, 03-31-2007 19:15:32  
I´m an agricultural engineer involved in farm mechanization & machinery. I usually work with forage equipment among others, but I know very well JD 425 hay cuber.If you need information or acquire a field hay cuber let me know.
Charles Washington.



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Allan From Australia

08-10-2007 15:50:53
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Charles W., 07-17-2007 10:01:52  
We are also interested in purchasing a cuber for our lucerne operation. Is JD the only manufacturer?



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charles w.

09-02-2007 17:54:51
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Allan From Australia, 08-10-2007 15:50:53  
Sorry, but I"m very busy Please, send me your comments to tenampa@usa.net I"ll be glad to answer your questions asap Regards Charles



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Charles W.

08-14-2007 20:27:35
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Allan From Australia, 08-10-2007 15:50:53  
About field cubers, and as I far as I know JD used to be the only manufacturer. Some of them are still running.



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Janet of Arizona

07-21-2007 10:44:24
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 Re: John Deere 425, hay cuber in reply to Charles W., 07-17-2007 10:01:52  
We are looking for a Hay cuber. If you have any info that my help, we would very much appreciate it.



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