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PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 8:09 am 
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This three-row reaper binder is mainly used to harvest and bind low-stem crops such as wheat, rice, grass, barley, oat, reed and straw, etc.
Three-row Reaper Binder Features
1.Widely used for wheat, rice, barley, grass, oat, reed and straw, etc. low stem crops;
2.Integrating the functions of cutting and bundling, saving working labor and time;
3.Great adaptation and flexibility, suitable for plains, hills, slopes and mountain areas or the areas where is not available for general reaper binder;
4.Adjustable steer control handle bar with around 180°, vertical 30° angle adjustment, easy and convenient to control;
5.Stable performance with the shaft drive system;
6.High threshing ability, low fuel consumption and less than 1% seeds loss rate;
7.The bundling size and tightness can be regulated as required.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 6:01 pm 
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I'd prefer it in metalflake paint, it'd be faster. :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 6:07 pm 
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Flintstone wrote:
I'd prefer it in metalflake paint, it'd be faster. :mrgreen:


Still going to be slow though, even if you ask for go-faster strips as well, so it'll need at least two rotating amber warning beacons for walking it along the road.


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 6:09 pm 
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Let's race.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 27, 2014 6:10 pm 
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I think it's great to see how basic mechanisation can change how people farm.

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They all look decent things,though need to keep one's fingers away from that drive belt....

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I'm thinking of getting into mustard and cress production. Do you think they could scale one of these down to make a tiny, tiny combine?

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Flintstone wrote:
I'm thinking of getting into mustard and cress production. Do you think they could scale one of these down to make a tiny, tiny combine?


I dare say, or alternatively I could introduce you to the Nanotechnology group in Cambridge, though I suppose even rather small cress might be a bit big for them. Its also a rather fashionable research area at the moment, and as always happens under those circumstances, it has rather more than its fair share of wankers working in it.


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It must be a huge step forward to go from cutting your crops with a scythe to buying one of those 8)

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Plan 'B'. Maybe not mustard and cress, maybe something else.

Col, you can bit of kiddy fiddling over there.



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