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    John Deere

    Just bought a JD 4240s, been looking for some time and found this.

    Next to the 6920s,

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    Very nice lad! Looks a good one, health to enjoy!

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    Nice. I would love a 3650 but not many about in good order.

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    on the look out for a 4440 to.
    Got this a week or so a go.

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    Re: John Deere

    Looking good Kipper, get some t cut going, she will come up great!!!

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    Nice photos, can't let the other makes photos win out.
    I think these 7810's are supposed to be quite good?

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    Re: John Deere

    Very nice, mate has 2 that have over 1200 each on them.


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    Jiml (what ever he is calling him self now) spreading,


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    A few more spreading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axial1680 View Post
    Looking good Kipper, get some t cut going, she will come up great!!!

    Thanks, just wondering how far I should go. A full refurb or just a tidy up?

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    And another:





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    Quote Originally Posted by kipper View Post
    Jiml (what ever he is calling him self now) spreading,



    Did you call kipper? Think spot has your number will get him to ring you! Good photos!

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    Tombo, great to see a pic of our old 1177 still serving well? That was a dam fine combine!!

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    Re: John Deere

    Are you aloud to spread muck on snow in England ?

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    Thanks, have you moved up to the dog basket yet?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chae View Post
    Are you aloud to spread muck on snow in England ?

    God no, the snow stopped us from spreading, we moved up to that field and waited for the snow to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kipper View Post
    Thanks, have you moved up to the dog basket yet?

    That yard is so clean and tidy and two John deere sprayers must have some acres 😃

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    At one point there were 3 JD sprayers in the yard.
    But that was very early days of JD sp spraying.

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    Re: John Deere

    Few more Green machines


    The old 6610 bossing the 5f Dowdeswell

    The old dog of war!

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    There's some nice photos here

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    Got the new plough out today only for game strip but still its a start in the right direction!!

    Pic of the beast, plough is a Kuhn 152 varimaster set @18" big heavy piece of kit but pulls beautifully!!

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    Re: John Deere

    our 6430 and 5F dowdeswell dp100






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    Re: John Deere

    Few more from the past


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boothy View Post
    Few more from the past
    A familiar sight from my past, my dad used to operate a JD 7700 with the same plough press combination from 1994 to about 2000, and before that same plough and press, but with a tweaked JD4050

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    This was at our local ploughing match on sunday.

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    Re: John Deere

    I've had a few on here in the past?





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    Re: John Deere

    And a few more





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    Re: John Deere

    Quote Originally Posted by Timbo View Post
    And another:





    That tractor and straw trailer looks very similar to one that comes here every year lugging straw away from RB.

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    Few more from the past

    How do these presses compare with a trailed one? Do they pull the tractor to the side? Don't see many about but seems a good idea! Less stress on plough!

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