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    silage trailers

    Which of these two is the best silage trailer, SMYTH OR BROUGHAN

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    Re: silage trailers

    best silage trailer overall or between those two

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    Re: silage trailers

    We got a Broughan last May. Not much wrong with it really and we'd have another.

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    Re: silage trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by Recycled View Post
    best silage trailer overall or between those two
    So what is the best trailer in your expert opinion , these are 2 top trailers with the braughan getting my vote , a fine well finished trailer.

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    Re: silage trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by James d geoghegan View Post
    So what is the best trailer in your expert opinion , these are 2 top trailers with the braughan getting my vote , a fine well finished trailer.
    But it doesn't pick grass up itself , how can it be the best?
    The views posted are mine and not those of my employers

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    Quote Originally Posted by James d geoghegan View Post
    So what is the best trailer in your expert opinion , these are 2 top trailers with the braughan getting my vote , a fine well finished trailer.
    no idea ,i've only ever used about half a dozen makes

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    Quote Originally Posted by deere2140 View Post
    But it doesn't pick grass up itself , how can it be the best?
    the ones that pick up grass themselves have been known to eat themselves

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimF View Post
    We got a Broughan last May. Not much wrong with it really and we'd have another.
    Ditto for a Smyth with us.

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    Re: silage trailers

    its Dooley I go for

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    Kane halfpipe??

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    Re: silage trailers

    I have 2 smyths and their great. I use them for grain, dung and fodder beet. And their brilliant

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    No such thing as a bad trailer these days is there? We've come a long way from the flimsy tin bodies and twisty channel section chassis era of twenty five years ago.

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