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Discussion Board - Re: Loading big rounds

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09-26-2012 04:50:07

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Sounds like a pain in the rear to load that way to me.

When you stab from the side getting them to release off the tines without the bale following you must be a problem as well unless there is somr type of rail to hold the bale on the trailer.

You might want to look into a grapple bucket if you are going to have to load this way a lot.


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09-26-2012 11:50:11

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 Re: Loading big rounds in reply to IaGary, 09-26-2012 04:50:07  

Yes. the flat bed was modified for bales, had an angled lip. Here it is The top row is SLOW careful work. Last Friday there were 91 bales there ,Three different individuals agreed on the count. Truck holds just 30. Funny we had only 89 bales to load. Someone just helped themselve to a ton and a quarter of hay.

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09-27-2012 07:16:04

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 Re: Loading big rounds in reply to GordoSD, 09-26-2012 11:50:11  
Yep, IaGary has it right. You need a grapple hook. Allen in Neb has several of them...shouldn't be that far away for you to go "borrow" one.

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09-27-2012 07:17:32

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 Re: Loading big rounds in reply to randallinMo, 09-27-2012 07:16:04  
Come to think of it, Allen might have "borrowed" your missing hay!

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09-26-2012 17:40:26

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 Re: Loading big rounds in reply to GordoSD, 09-26-2012 11:50:11  
Better lock you hay up, they are stealing it right out of the field in Colorado.

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09-27-2012 05:10:59

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 Re: Loading big rounds in reply to Retired Farmer, 09-26-2012 17:40:26  
Thats probably the only advantage we have here, our hay around here is so sh!tty no one wants it......

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