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SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled

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Ed S. (IL)

05-24-2014 19:22:26
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First cutting is baled and in the barn. We had all kinds of problems with the sisal twine breaking, either in the baler, or when lifting to stack on the rack. Kept adjusting things with little improvement, when Son Number Two suggested switching over to the new bales of twine (I had been using up the last of last year's bales). That did the trick - we didn't break another bale the rest of the afternoon.

es

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Bill M. from Illinois

05-27-2014 18:55:11
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
I have a Super 68 Hayliner as well. We baled this last weekend to beat the rain that never showed up. The hay was thin for some reason, I suspect some of it froze out. I just bale a little as a hobby and sell it to a neighbor with horses.



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jennifer408

05-27-2014 09:39:05
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
looking good. :)



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Jason S.

05-25-2014 10:04:09
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
From the pic it looks like you have a NH baler. I bale with a NH 68 square baler. I usually go to Co-op and buy my twine. Goldcrest brand 9000. I ran out last year and the local Massey dealer is a lot closer to me than the co-op is so I bought some Agco 10000. My baler did not like it at all. I baled 500 bales with the Goldcrest and had no problems, with the Agco it would miss about every 25th-30th bale. The only thing I can figure is it didn"t like the smaller diameter of the 10000 twine vs the 9000 that usually gets ran in it.

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Ed S. (IL)

05-25-2014 19:19:16
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Jason S., 05-25-2014 10:04:09  
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Ding Ding Ding! We have a winner! Yep, mines a Hayliner 68 as well, and despite the twine being from the same company, last years was definitely thinner than the new bales bought just a couple weeks ago. Last years gave me fits last year too, so even though there probably was some "loss" I think maybe it was a bad batch.

es



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s19438

05-25-2014 07:01:01
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
brings back memories. we did it the same way and then would stack the hay/straw in a old bank barn clear to the roof peak. so hot you could hardly breathe.



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Ultradog MN

05-25-2014 03:22:29
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
You always have good photos Ed.
Are those radial tires on that N?



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Ed S. (IL)

05-25-2014 19:16:51
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ultradog MN, 05-25-2014 03:22:29  
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Thanks! Tires are three bar on front and 12.8 (?) on rear (one size up from normal). No idea if they're radial or not without looking!

es



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maxwell99

05-25-2014 02:50:57
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
great looking rigs,

problem is that big Allis hooked to the baler, too much power, Ha, Ha,

wish I could have been there to help stack the bales up in the roof of a large tin covered barn, on a very hot afternoon, with a about 4 big nest of wasp flying around, mad at the world.

that is when the fun really starts.



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JMOR

05-27-2014 09:47:35
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to maxwell99, 05-25-2014 02:50:57  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeYes, as long as I'm on the working side of things, they can stuff square bales! Big round ones are more than enough work for me......8 hours just to move & stack my hayshed full. Clutch leg & back side too sore! :cry:



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Popgun

05-24-2014 22:20:22
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
Hes a Born farmer. We never see old hay racks around here all large bails now, but as a kid I loaded and unloaded and stacked them in a hot old hay loft could'nt buy a breeze. As a little kid the hay racks had no wheels ya just drug a flat rack with a B and 2 guys would hay hook the bale as they went by. They were also used as a sled in some of the first tractor pulls.



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Roger in Iowa

05-24-2014 19:53:24
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 Re: SEAT TIME - First Cut, Baled in reply to Ed S. (IL), 05-24-2014 19:22:26  
Sisal twine deteriorates over time, including winter.



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