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Image for 30 - Vol 8 - Issue 2 - Summer 1999

30 - Vol 8 - Issue 2 - Summer 1999

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sprayer has variable width boom - 12 or 18m made from single aluminium girder; grain deflector in NH combine reduces losses on slopes; modifications to old Krone forage wagon makes them reliable; radial out-door pig system; cable ties make lambing easier; Ford D800 converted into tractor; 3m mounted Vibromaster cultivator convered to trailed 6m machine; linseed wrapping on combine problems solved; Claas Rollant knife position indicator makes work easier; folding cambridge rolls; wool sheep 'wheelie' frame; growing native trees instead of importing from Holland; 6m trailed Accord drill has 3t hopper; HiAb crane fits on tractor 3-pt; spay tank on front is used as mini bowser by contractor (ingenious); managing risks in farming; mobile crush and handling system for belly clipping; modifications on Massey 3120; front press made from Rabe packer


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