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    Default Haying Pictures . . .

    With the weather finally starting to become more enjoyable and bearable for that matter and finally being able to get some seed, fertilizer, etc. spread I am starting to get spring/summer fever. I was online looking at some haying pictures and found some pretty neat ones. I was REALLY impressed with these guys operation. I can't imagine the money that goes into some of these setups.

































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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    I see you found Josh's pictures. Did you see the pics from when he rolled that large square baler over?


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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert_in_NY
    I see you found Josh's pictures. Did you see the pics from when he rolled that large square baler over?
    Not yet, I am still going through them as we speak. I am simply in awe. They get better the further I get into them. This is good stuff. One question I do have, are those the OEM tires on that JD 7630, or are they an cost option? They look enourmously wide versus the 7630's listed for sale on Tractorhouse.
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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Here something you don't see everyday . . .

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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by mark.r
    Not yet, I am still going through them as we speak. I am simply in awe. They get better the further I get into them. This is good stuff. One question I do have, are those the OEM tires on that JD 7630, or are they an cost option? They look enourmously wide versus the 7630's listed for sale on Tractorhouse.
    They look like a standard tire choice. If you are in a row crop area you most likely will see narrower tire options on the tractors.


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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert_in_NY
    They look like a standard tire choice. If you are in a row crop area you most likely will see narrower tire options on the tractors.
    Ok, I am assuming I was seeing a row crop set up as they were very narrow. That said, I REALLY like these BIG wide AG tires . . . until I have to replace them.
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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Where'd you find those at? I'd like to see the rest of them. Sure can't wait for hay season to start!
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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by CumminsLuke
    Where'd you find those at? I'd like to see the rest of them. Sure can't wait for hay season to start!
    Here you go, lots of them: Photos from Andrusiw Farm - Andrusiw Farm Online
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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by Robert_in_NY
    I see you found Josh's pictures. Did you see the pics from when he rolled that large square baler over?
    I never did find this picture, do you know where to find more. I love his operation!
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    Default Re: Haying Pictures . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by mark.r
    Here something you don't see everyday . . .


    I think he is driving backwards. Aggie doing this baling?

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