We had two of these wagons. Our Gehl blower had a ratchet arangement on it like what ran the apron on the manure spreader. A telescoping shaft hooked to the tube on the back of the wagon. One wagon had cables to pull the front and the other had chains. You could start and stop the feed with a lever on the blower. We had a curved fork and a potato hook so work the silage onto the blower table evenly. To return the front of the wagon one had a tube you put a crank on and wound it back with light chains and the other one had a couple of pieces of baler twine on it to get ahold of and pull it back. Five or six loads was a good afternoons work.
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