How Diddle sees things I think. Had to rotate so I could get the crick out of my neck trying to see the details (and if you are really cutting straight or not). :lol:
Straight lines are over rated.....I prefer "adaptive lines"( I actually use the coverage mapping lines on the top con when cutting with the massey).How Diddle sees things I think. Had to rotate so I could get the crick out of my neck trying to see the details (and if you are really cutting straight or not). :lol:
It has a row of planted trees on the western edge. No fence as yet ol mate that had it before us , had it land formed but failed to bother refencing it, putting in drainage and a water trough. Those 3 trees were on the old fence line as originally it was a couple of stupid little horse paddocks.My mistake diddle I did not realize your was going to put stock in it. A pasture without shade in my book is not a good thing.
But would your bales be compressed and wrapped in pretty green plastic, so he would get any chaff on his clothes or 4-wheel drive grocery hauler? :lol:This had been talked about before but I just watched a guy leave TSC with at least 20 bales of this. I about died. I wanted to bring him to the house and give him a round bale of alfalfa.