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Finished with first cut with help from some friends.


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As some of you have been dealing with horrid weather this year, ours has been quite good actually. We actually baled with temps in the 60's a couple of times.

This was the last field for first cutting, just some horse hay. Thought I would show you some of our helpers.

I apologize for the rotated pictures, can't seem to figure out how to fix it. If someone can tell me how, I will be glad to.

 

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1066 gets to mow and haul wagons

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966 gets to lug around the rake

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Hydro 100 with baler duties.

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Bought new, 656 gas hydro just gets to run around with the tedder.

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My 574 was doing some earlier brush removal service.

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Like the 656 hydro gasser. Had one set up exactly like that that I fixed up at the end of high school. Awesome bailing tractor on our NH 311 baler with the kicker. I'd still have it except in July of 2005 I loaned it to a buddy because one of their tractors went down doing hay. They were bailing when a thunderstorm popped up. Went to the barn and parked it and went to the house. Lightning struck the barn and set it on fire and burned it to a crisp with my 656 in it.

Someday I would really like to find another 656 hydro narrow front gasser to finally replace my burned up one. 

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Thanks for the complements. Needless to say, these guys don't get used every day like a lot of yours.

Hydro 100 works great for baling, especially when your windrows vary.

Have to look at baler, don't recall.

Father bought 656 new. Has a side mount sickle mower, and pulled a crimper behind. It just gets the easy jobs anymore.

Hill's, yea, downhill is a dream, going up is a real bear.

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19 minutes ago, Duntongw said:

Thanks for the complements. Needless to say, these guys don't get used every day like a lot of yours.

Hydro 100 works great for baling, especially when your windrows vary.

Have to look at baler, don't recall.

Father bought 656 new. Has a side mount sickle mower, and pulled a crimper behind. It just gets the easy jobs anymore.

Hill's, yea, downhill is a dream, going up is a real bear.

Hills? Your kidding right?

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17 hours ago, vtfireman85 said:

Steep hills you have there. 

My thoughts exactly! M/T must make Super Sticky R1's.

Mike

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11 hours ago, Duntongw said:

Thank you very much, not quite as hilly now.

I seem to have this problem anymore, how do you rotate them?

I saved them to my IPad, clicked on edit, flipped them, saved them and then uploaded them again. 

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