Subsoiling

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Operating at 16″ with wide wings and a point, getting below the compaction pan. The idea is the legs are at 500 mm spacings, the tines and wings pull up the soil from below breaking and cracking the pan and … Read More

Secondary cultivations

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Considering the prolonged Dry period from the 8th May until mid August it’s surprising to see the ground has responded well to some rain. We had 6 weeks where the heavy land cultivation had to stop as the land had … Read More

Combine 1

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Combine 1 is on third day of cleaning and after 2 days of blow down is on the wash bay. Painting next before being put to bed.

Grass cutting

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We are busy cutting grass, flailing out the ditches ahead of the cultivation team and preparation for the annual start to hedge cutting on the 1st September. Sadly due to the hedgecutting date being changed to the 1st September due … Read More

Combine clean down

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It takes three days to clean down each combine, getting the dust and trash out of all the hidden parts on a harvester. Panels off, road compressor to blow the internals down and power washer for exterior panels. If you … Read More

Well done team PX

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Well done everyone the combinable harvest is in. Lovely combining conditions but sadly the dry time had a big impact of 30% on the yields and up to 50% on some spring crops. The weather was wonderful as a human … Read More

Cultivations

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We waited patiently for the rain to soften the ground. The last rain has made a big difference, cultivating the light land after the rain is going a dream. Freddy and Raymond are cultivating and subsoiling getting the land ready … Read More

Breakdowns at harvest

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Thursday morning wasn’t the best start to harvest when we moved a combine to another farm and an o ring failed resulting in grinding to a halt on the busiest junction in East Anglia. Claas attended the seen and fixed … Read More

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