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John Deere 14t upgrade

Machinery Yesterday, 08:52 PM
Hey guys and gals! Been using this sight for a long time and finally decided to join. My delema is I have a 14t baler and it works perfectly but it is god awful slow like usually in first gear in relatively light rows. But when you get in to what looks like a nice tire you have to put the TA on...
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565 knotter problem

Machinery Yesterday, 08:42 PM
I baled about 400 bales today and all of a sudden it wouldn't tie a successful knot on either side. Half the knot is formed on the chute side and the string is cleanly cut not pulled out or broken just not tied together. Any ideas? Thanks
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John deere 466 square baler

Machinery Yesterday, 01:11 PM
Hi all, new to the sight so not sure if this is in the right area but i was wondering if anyone has information about the 466 square baler?  I know they don't make them any more but i found one for a good price and was just wondering if it is worth it.  I'm fine with 16x18 bale size, mo...
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New iphone.

Chit Chat/Intros Yesterday, 05:03 AM
Anyone get one yet?   Regards, Mike
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Facing Alfalfa's Challenges

Alfalfa/Hay Yesterday, 04:35 AM
From Hay and Forage Regards, Mike http://hayandforage....fa-s-challenges
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The New Deere L Series Balers

Sep 07 2014 10:10 PM | puritanize in Articles

John Deere launched recently their new L Series Balers. The new balers have a high capacity rotor, all this thanks to their partnership with Kuhn.

"Kuhn is a great dealer and partner," says Jeremy Unruh, product line manager, Ottumwa Works. "We took the original design to help us out of the gate and then changed more than 85% of it to fit the needs of the North American market."

The 2 high capacity balers , the L330 and L340 will produce dense and perfectly formed bales. The L330 is 83 inch wide when working and the L340 has a 90 inch width.

Key Points to the balers are:
  • Heavy duty drive train
  • 45 Stroke per minute gear box
  • Gear and shaft driven
  • Double tie knotters
  • Heavy duty single fork system
  • On board hydraulic density controls
  • Integrated lubrication system and wiper plate
  • ISOBUS electronics
  • Electronic knotter flags
  • Hydraulic-operated knotter cleaning fans
  • Hydraulic roller chute
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Hay Probe Sampler, Drill Type - 18" Depth - 24" Long

The Best Harvest Hay Probe Bale Sampler Was developed by farmers for farmers to be quick and efficient for testing. This is the last Hay probe you will ever need.

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Just attach it to your 1/2" Drill for Penetrating hay Action. Collect hay samples easily and prevent contamination from handling. Attach drill, cut thru forage, cleanout rod pushes up to 20 hay core samples into a 1-gallon standard zip-lock bags which are suspended from a durable ABS collection shield.

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Animal ration balancing requires a forage analysis. Proper hay & forage analysis requires taking a good forage sample. Taking a good sample requires a hay probe. The Best Harvest Hay Probes allow recommended 5/8" samples of chopped forage to be gathered quickly and easily without contamination from handling.

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