What is your thinking on a 9' disc mower spending up your cutting time? Going to mow earlier or mow later? I am in the same boat on needing faster mow times, but my thought is I don't really want to cover that ground at a faster ground speed than I mow at with a sickle machine. I am a firm believer that faster ground speeds destroy equipment. So I opted to the larger machine, 3' more cut easily shaves 1/3 of the mow time and a hydra swing tongue should cut the time down more, I'm thinking a 4 round headland and then lay it off back and forth across the field. Also I know that a lot of guys claim the disc mower will speed you up since you can mow with the dew on, it just goes against my grain to lay hay down with excess moisture on the crop. Just my thoughts, I'm curious as to yours as well.
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