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Baled some hay

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jon f mn

06-18-2020 06:22:26

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Baled some hay with my 200 baler. After figuring out the knotters it never missed a bale. Glad of that. Had some help from three of my grandsons.

Kinda made me laugh when I looked back and saw Jordan without his shirt, first thing through my head was Tarzan had come to work in the kingdom. Lol. The hay was short and a lot of volunteer clover. The alfalfa is there but not growing much. I'm hoping by cutting it the alfalfa will get a leg up and come better. Here is a video of baling

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06-19-2020 05:32:16

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 Re: Baled some hay in reply to jon f mn, 06-18-2020 06:22:26  
Great to see boys handling hay bales. I've always measured how bad jobs were to stacking hay. Maybe they will too.

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John Saeli

06-19-2020 05:04:09

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 Re: Baled some hay in reply to jon f mn, 06-18-2020 06:22:26  
Great!! The newest baler today would not pack a more uniform tight bale. Your bales are not "scraggly" which says you got the knives sharp & well adjusted. Great job!!

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Black Knight

06-18-2020 17:21:01

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 Re: Baled some hay in reply to jon f mn, 06-18-2020 06:22:26  
Thumbs up Jon. 👍👍👍

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06-18-2020 07:34:49

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 Re: Baled some hay in reply to jon f mn, 06-18-2020 06:22:26  
Jon,that looks like very good quality hay. Hope you get that rain today so you get a good second crop started. Gary

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