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NH sickle bar mower hook-up

Machinery Today, 08:35 PM
I think I read here last year somebody mentioning that NH sickle bar mowers are hard to attach to the tractor with the unusual third arm configuration. I think somebody else said they use a tool (homemade?) that makes the attachment easy. I need something to make hook-up easier. Would somebody pl...
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Looks like I no longer purchase Nestle products

General Ag News/Discussion Today, 08:30 PM
http://www.triplepun...re-commitments/ In bed with HSUS. Farm week also talked about on farm visits required of suppliers. Nestle: nope.
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JD 468 Baler Repairs

Machinery Today, 05:06 PM
             I have 23 acres of Jiggs Bermuda grass located about 90 miles north of Houston. To get this baled in a five to seven week time frame, I plan on bailing it myself next year. I have located a 2012  JD 468 baler for $16.500.00....
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John Deere 5525 will not start?

Tractor Talk Today, 03:47 PM
A friend of mine who has a JD 5525 says that it won't start. I don't have all the details but it sounds like it is electrical or some kind of safety switch of some kind.  Anyone here have any idea of what it might be.  Sorry for the lack of details, he also said a day or two before the...
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Suggestions for re establishing on a budget

Alfalfa/Hay Today, 11:51 AM
I have 40 acres of field that has been cut but not fertilized for the past 10 years. I just bought tractor and hay equipment this year, split the field in 20 acre sections, fertilized and hayed one and pastured the other. 20 acres hay produced 240 50lbs bales. I wanted to mow pasture before weeds...
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This May, June, July and August Krone will be traveling through the south to

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Hay Probe Sampler, Drill Type - 18" Depth - 24" Long

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World Ag Expo Coming Soon

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The World Ag Expo will have over 1500 exhibitors this year. It has been said to be according to those running it the "largest annual agricultural exposition of its kind." It will cover over 2.6 million square feet of ground and help at the International Agri-Center.

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The expo will run February 11 - 13, 2014.

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Not only will there be exhibitions from many AG based companies, there will also be seminars.

There are expected to be over 100,000 folks at the event and from over 65 countries.
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