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?? How to set pounds per acre on JD 8300 oats whe

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anthony

09-21-2004 18:52:48




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Planting Oats around 83 pounds per acre got 25 50lbs bags - 7 bags of wheat & 3 bags of winter Rye, want to mix them up and plant all three the same time can I do this in my grain drill?? rye grass 10 pounds per acre wheat is 25 pound per acker & oats 83 pounds per acker how to I set the 8300 to do this?? Just thought if got a hard freeze I have something for my cattle to eat. Thanks for any insight for a first timer hope to see a crop grow!

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JMS/MN

09-22-2004 00:12:29




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 Re: ?? How to set pounds per acre on JD 8300 oats in reply to anthony, 09-21-2004 18:52:48  
The OPERATOR manual for the 8300 drill has info on how to mix several types of seeds together to get the final result.



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John A.

09-21-2004 20:32:21




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 Re: ?? How to set pounds per acre on JD 8300 oats in reply to anthony, 09-21-2004 18:52:48  
anthony, Use the chart on the inside of the Drill lid! On 8300s they either have the sliding lever on the notchs for calabration, some 8300 drills had the 8200 sliding gear & chain set up too. Determine the rate/acre you want, then follow the instructions.
Don't know where you are located but oats and wheat for winter grazing needs to be at around 120/acre, if you intend to harvest, or cut hay later. 80 lbs/acre seems light to me.
You need to get this field planted this week to get it up and rooted down ASAP. Good Luck.
Later,
John A.

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