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Case Nutty 1660

12-06-2018 04:54:16




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Raking the second cutting alfalfa here

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First pic here shows a small are I had cut down, it was not enough to even start a round bale so I grabbed the DC and swept it up and gave to the Moo's over the fence

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The bunching is about done,, I also made the Wife and I some meatloaf and baked taters

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Raking the millet here, it cut Hard, and Raked Hard,, think that was due to the Thick stubble a few windrows I had to double rake to clean it up

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This little field made 34 Solid bales

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The filed is all rolled up and ready for loading on a semi as NH used to say That's Hay in a Day!

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No rest here yet Back to working ground with the 970

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last shipment of parts books in the 430G,, catching up on the mowing around the buildings with the 195

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A few may get a idea what I was doing here

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My cousin needed a few holes dug to plant some new trees so I got a new battery for the 200B and got her out of the shed as she had the digger on it already, and I tried another grouping

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third party image dinner for the evening cube steak garden carrots,taters,onions and corn

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I was moving equipment back to the yard here

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Hay loading has begun

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Loading again this day Lots of color to see

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Ande

12-06-2018 18:23:24




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-06-2018 04:54:16  
I chuckled some as it seems "old Duncan" usually comes in the last set of pictures as to say "That's all folks"! Anyway, fun to mention.

I feel like I can smell that freshly cut hay. That to me means ice cold barley juice, hot dogs, and much more

As always, I enjoyed the meals, kinda like I would sit down to them.

Enjoyed all the sets Tom. Thank you



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Roger Tomfohrde

12-06-2018 13:59:26




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-06-2018 04:54:16  
I really enjoy seeing your pictures. Question how high does that hay loader really go and how many of those tractors do you suppose got tipped over. I once had a back wheel of a 460 IH off the ground with a loader on it and that is as close as I wanted to get.



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Case Nutty 1660

12-06-2018 15:12:20




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to Roger Tomfohrde, 12-06-2018 13:59:26  
The hay head with push off I think was 28'. the grapple I have for it to pull off those stacks goes 3' or so higher, and YES a Lot of them were tipped on their sides, my Aunts Dad bought two Duncan"s one on a SC and one on a DC both wide fronts like mine new, my Uncle used that SC one a lot after his father in law was killed in the late 50's,, he said he tipped it over Many times,, just shut it off and pull it back on its wheels and go lol we still have that loader here today. I have had a wheel up a bit on most every loader I have run and owned over the years when bucking hay, I had a IH H with a Farm Hand hay head with push off in the 80's my Dad had a JD 60 with a older style Farmhand with a hay head no push off and a manure fork with dirt pan, those were the days when they were our only loaders on the farm,, must be why I have so many today lol

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DKase

12-06-2018 12:52:44




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-06-2018 04:54:16  
Don't ever leave the bottom 1/2 of the door open on that W14! And a question on the W5, what does it need to be useable? 164 engine?



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Case Nutty 1660

12-06-2018 13:37:53




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to DKase, 12-06-2018 12:52:44  
I have the W5 in the shed now it runs like a top, she has a 188 gas I am working on limbering up the brake linkages and getting the fuel system back in shape,, it turned over 3 times and fired off,, all the drive and hyd seem to work fine,, even the brakes work you just cant hardly move the pedal/linkages lol even the power steering works, now the electric system,, that is going to take some time it looks to be a bit of a mess but could be far worse,, first thing is to get a correct ign switch in it as this one is missing the key, its like working on a very small forklift if you know whats thats like lol cnt

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vac400

12-06-2018 06:33:59




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-06-2018 04:54:16  
Tom, Great pictures. I have so many questions ,I could keep you at the computer all day. On the 995 swather does it have crushing rollers, to help dry the hay? Also on the W14 why is there chains on the front when it is dry? You make a great meal also. Jerry from Ohio



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Case Nutty 1660

12-06-2018 06:57:34




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to vac400, 12-06-2018 06:33:59  
Jerry, this 955 does not have a conditioner on it and thats part of why i use it on all my grain hay, with that and the drapers it handles the crop much more gently and causes Very little shelling unlike my auger headers with conditioners do,However I do indeed have a conditioner unit that would go on it if I wanted, The owner of the W-14 chained it up for his yard as he uses it in his feed pens and for moving snow at his place and multiple shops, he said I could take them off if I wanted but he had a heck of a time getting them tight like they are in the pics so i just left them on,, you never noticed it in the fields at all as they were still soft enough. Keep the questions coming any time my Friend
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FastFarmall

12-06-2018 18:38:25




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 12-06-2018 06:57:34  
I have a question, did that millet hay get sold to a dairy farm, or did it go to stock cattle? My neighbor had about 80 acres that got rained on and wouldn't dry, so i bought it cheap and dry chopped it, that was awesome feed, when i added it with silage, you could see the millet in the cattle droppings!



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Case Nutty 1660

12-07-2018 02:11:43




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 Re: 2018 # 11 in reply to FastFarmall, 12-06-2018 18:38:25  
No dairy's near me this went to stock cattle cnt



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