Dairydeere: Surprisingly didn't get anything damaged on the inside of that chopper
Jun 14, 2021 22:41:08 GMT -6
DEERE317: That’s surprising
Jun 14, 2021 22:42:16 GMT -6
DEERE317: Reminds me of a guy on I forget what forum (and forget what I was looking up related to hay) that run a cinder block well head/cistern cover (or something like that) through his NH discbine and it somehow survived.
Jun 14, 2021 22:43:24 GMT -6
DEERE317: And also night (or is it evening over there) as I’m going to hit the sack.
Jun 14, 2021 22:45:35 GMT -6
Dairydeere: lol, it's 10:15 here, so I'm out too. Night
Jun 14, 2021 23:13:15 GMT -6
DEERE317: I hate old worn out square balers... Dad and I spent probably over 16hrs over the last 3 days trying to bale 3ac of hay... knotter and twine issues galore.
Jun 17, 2021 23:54:17 GMT -6
DEERE317: And then our Deere salesman’s round baler broke and he went to prompt care with back pain. So the backup plan also was a no go. Sigh... I guess it’s a good thing this isn’t our first time baling hay. Also Discovery channel should’ve been there, they could
Jun 17, 2021 23:56:13 GMT -6
DEERE317: ‘ve made a reality TV show. Lol...
Jun 17, 2021 23:56:39 GMT -6
DEERE317: And all but a few scraps and busted bales have been baled and hauled. Bent the knife arm to make it have better contact with the bill hook and it bales mostly fine, even with our thin poly we had to use as we ran out of our old heavy Sisal twine.
Jun 18, 2021 20:48:11 GMT -6
Dairydeere: lol, sounds like fun
Jun 20, 2021 23:51:39 GMT -6