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Discussion Board - Re: Corn cribs

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02-05-2014 10:11:41

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I still have several. You can see the one on the side of the toolshed behind the tractors.
It takes quite a Rube Goldberg setup for me to get the danged stuff out and in to the grinder anymore as I get older.

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02-07-2014 09:03:14

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 Re: Corn cribs in reply to rrlund, 02-05-2014 10:11:41  
That is quite a mechanism there.. Did you build that? I am referring to the twin auger that feeds into the elevator. I would not want to be shoveling or kicking corn into it. Looks like a shoe lace or pant leg catcher, I would hate to get caught in it!

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02-07-2014 10:05:40

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 Re: Corn cribs in reply to Formenwhogrow, 02-07-2014 09:03:14  
It's factory made. The custom shellers all used to have them. One thing about it,the direction the augers turn,they push up in the center so they kind of push your foot up and out. Not to say that I haven't had a scare a few times by having my foot slip in to it.

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02-06-2014 06:38:19

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 Re: Corn cribs in reply to rrlund, 02-05-2014 10:11:41  
rrlund...I sure like the looks of your silage bale grab you have on the front of that Oliver. It looks well built. What brand is it or did you build it?

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02-06-2014 07:00:51

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 Re: Corn cribs in reply to randallinMo, 02-06-2014 06:38:19  
It's a WorkSaver. worksaver,com

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