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Case Int'l/Hesston 1120 For Windrowing Oats

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Big Red Man

05-13-2022 10:14:44

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I have two possible mo-co's for windrowing oats. Posted below is my question about the John Deere 1219. I also have a Case Int'l 8330/Hesston 1110-1120. Would this be as good as, or better to use than the Deere? Do I need to adjust the roller spacing AND the roller pressure? kelly

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05-15-2022 01:51:44

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 Re: Case Int'l/Hesston 1120 For Windrowing Oats in reply to Big Red Man, 05-13-2022 10:14:44  
I agree, you're probably not going to be happy with the results. The best thing to use would be a swather with a draper head. Anything else and you'll shell out a lot into the ground. We used a 1014+2 hydroswingto do it a few times. We could drop the crimping rolls completely which helped, but it had an auger behind the reel that still did a bunch of damage.
Donovan from Wisconsin

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caterpillar guy

05-14-2022 19:53:23

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 Re: Case Int'l/Hesston 1120 For Windrowing Oats in reply to Big Red Man, 05-13-2022 10:14:44  
I think any of them with rolls will be a detriment to success with mowing and having anything to pick up for oats as a grain. If you mow them early enough to not lose a lot of them, you will probably not get much for oats either. I think this is one of those times where you will be better served with hiring it done for one year or buying a swather to do it. Newer swathers would also probably be able to leave a windrow to fit the newer combines better without so many trips across the field with the combine. You will want to pick them up but first in the windrow I would think.

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