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Efficiency of Alfalfa Hay Mowing Machines under the ...

Efficiency of Alfalfa Hay Mowing Machines under the Dryland Conditions ... Rade STANISAVLJEVIĆ et al.: Efficiency of Alfalfa Hay Mowing Machines under the Dryland Conditions 1504 Technical Gazette 28, 5(2021), 1503-1510 Based on tests of a rotary mower with drums, [16] reported that the losses due to cutting height reached 2,65%, while the chopping losses decreased with higher

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Efficiency of Alfalfa Hay Mowing Machines under the ...

This paper presents the tests results of three types of hay mowing machines (later in text: mowers), namely a self-propelled oscillatory mower-conditioner and two tractor-mounted mowers with oscillatory and rotary blades, used to mow alfalfa grown under dry land conditions in the region of central Serbia during three seasons in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Although characterized by older design, they ...

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Efficiency of Alfalfa Hay Mowing Machines under the ...

This paper presents the tests results of three types of hay mowing machines (later in text: mowers), namely a self-propelled oscillatory mower-conditioner and two tractor-mounted mowers with oscillatory and rotary blades, used to mow...

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Technical gazette, Vol. 28 No. 5, 2021

17/08/2021  Efficiency of Alfalfa Hay Mowing Machines under the Dryland Conditions (str.1503-1510) english pdf 473 KB: Rade Stanisavljević, Aleksandar Vuković, Dragan V. Petrović, Rade L. Radojević, Saša Barać, Zoran Mileusnić, Vjekoslav Tadić* Original scientific paper Statistical Analysis and Assessment of Wind Energy Potential in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (str.1511-1518)

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Haying Equipment during the 1940s

Hay – alfalfa, grasses, clover or legumes – is a great source of protein for feeding animals. In the 1940s, there were major advances in the machinery that cut, dried, processed stored and fed the crop. In the late 1800s, horse-drawn sickle mowers would begin the haying process by cutting the crop. Rakes gathered the hay into "windrows" where the moving air could dry the crop. Then, the ...

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Hay-making equipment - Progressive Forage

11/11/2009  The final step is the actual baling of the hay. Mowers ; These machines are used to mow the hay. There are basically two types of mowers: sickle bar and disc or rotary. The sickle bar type of mower provides a neat, clean cut of the forage. Speed limits how much forage can be cut in a given period of time because this type of mower can clog or may miss portions of the field if the tractor

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Effectiveness of Equipment to Speed Hay Drying – Team Forage

Cutting Alfalfa Very Frequently by Dan Undersander, UW-Extension Forage Agronomist There has been some interest in cutting alfalfa frequently to get very low fiber for dairy rations. We had a study in 2000 and 2001 where we compared 20 alfalfa varieties with and without wheel traffic. We cut at 21-day and at 35-day intervals. The yield data averaged across the varieties is presented in the ...

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Haying Equipment during the 1940s

Hay – alfalfa, grasses, clover or legumes – is a great source of protein for feeding animals. In the 1940s, there were major advances in the machinery that cut, dried, processed stored and fed the crop. In the late 1800s, horse-drawn sickle mowers would begin the haying process by cutting the crop. Rakes gathered the hay into "windrows" where the moving air could dry the crop. Then, the ...

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Alfalfa under arid conditions - ics-agri

How to grow Alfalfa under arid conditions. Compared to other forage, alfalfa stands out because of its high protein content. The crop is highly adapted to hot conditions, which allows in particular sun-cured alfalfa hay (dehydrated). Abundant and regular irrigation by pivots allows high yields and, under optimum conditions a harvest per month. Contact . Alfalfa crop establishment . An alfalfa ...

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Hay Forage Equipment Mowers, Balers, Windrowers ...

Mowing should be clean so as not to break the stems (allowing faster regrowth and limiting disease development), raking and baling must be very gentle to limit the loss of leaves. Hay is well suited for cultivation in arid areas, as long as its quality is not threatened by rain. Cut quality: With the new Max Cut CLAAS mower bar, we can now offer you a disc mower having the same quality cut as ...

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Tehnički vjesnik, Vol. 28 No. 5, 2021

Efficiency of Alfalfa Hay Mowing Machines under the Dryland Conditions (str.1503-1510) engleski pdf 473 KB: Rade Stanisavljević, Aleksandar Vuković, Dragan V. Petrović, Rade L. Radojević, Saša Barać, Zoran Mileusnić, Vjekoslav Tadić* Izvorni znanstveni članak Statistical Analysis and Assessment of Wind Energy Potential in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (str.1511-1518) engleski pdf 1 ...

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Buyer's Guide to Hay Equipment Small Farm Sustainability

Hay mowers come in all shapes and sizes, from mini sickle bar mowers to the largest trailed mower-conditioners and even self-propelled machines. For the sake of brevity, we will concentrate here on hay mowers that are meant to be mounted to your tractor's 3-point hitch. These machines cover the needs of 99% of people that have a compact or subcompact tractor. Selecting the Type. There are ...

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Mismatched equipment creates bottlenecks Hay and Forage ...

When output doesn’t match between machines, hay harvest efficiency goes down the tubes. The author is an associate editor for Hoard’s Dairyman and an animal science graduate of Cornell University. She grew up on a Medina, N.Y., dairy, and covers feeding for the magazine.

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Tedding, raking, inverting and merging forage swaths ...

15/09/2021  They are not recommended for alfalfa hay, which should dry adequately if put into a wide swath (covering at least 70 percent of the cut area). If done when hay moisture content is above 50 percent, leaf losses can range from 2 to 3 percent for grass and 5 to 7 percent for alfalfa. You can lose up to 15 percent of dry matter when alfalfa hay is tedded at lower moisture contents. advertisement ...

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Putting Up Hay - Farm Collector Dedicated to the ...

05/09/2017  Interestingly, until just recently, hay was cut with a sickle bar just like the one on the original mowing machine of a century ago. Rotary cutting mechanisms replaced large reels pushing the hay into the machine. Ground speed has doubled and tripled. Today, one new swather can cut as many acres in a day as were once cut on the average farm in an entire season. The operator occupies a ...

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Hay cutting machines - ELLIOTT; THOMAS

The hay cutting machine is propelled through the unmown hay (2), and a cutter (8), which may be a sickle bar or a number of disks, cuts the hay. A reel (9) may be used to comb hay over the cutter (8). The mown hay is conditioned, by crimping or crushing, in the body of the conditioner (5), and is ejected from the rear in a swatch or windrow (7), shaped by swath doors (6). Hay cutting machines ...

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Effectiveness of Equipment to Speed Hay Drying – Team Forage

Cutting Alfalfa Very Frequently by Dan Undersander, UW-Extension Forage Agronomist There has been some interest in cutting alfalfa frequently to get very low fiber for dairy rations. We had a study in 2000 and 2001 where we compared 20 alfalfa varieties with and without wheel traffic. We cut at 21-day and at 35-day intervals. The yield data averaged across the varieties is presented in the ...

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Haying Equipment during the 1940s

Hay – alfalfa, grasses, clover or legumes – is a great source of protein for feeding animals. In the 1940s, there were major advances in the machinery that cut, dried, processed stored and fed the crop. In the late 1800s, horse-drawn sickle mowers would begin the haying process by cutting the crop. Rakes gathered the hay into "windrows" where the moving air could dry the crop. Then, the ...

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Alfalfa under arid conditions - ics-agri

How to grow Alfalfa under arid conditions. Compared to other forage, alfalfa stands out because of its high protein content. The crop is highly adapted to hot conditions, which allows in particular sun-cured alfalfa hay (dehydrated). Abundant and regular irrigation by pivots allows high yields and, under optimum conditions a harvest per month. Contact . Alfalfa crop establishment . An alfalfa ...

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Mismatched equipment creates bottlenecks Hay and Forage ...

When output doesn’t match between machines, hay harvest efficiency goes down the tubes. The author is an associate editor for Hoard’s Dairyman and an animal science graduate of Cornell University. She grew up on a Medina, N.Y., dairy, and covers feeding for the magazine.

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Wide Swath Haying Revisited Farm Equipment

15/07/2017  “We’re recommending cutting alfalfa at 3-3.5 inches and grass at 4 inches. This allows for standing stubble to catch the swath and improve air circulation, as well as providing cleaner forage.” Cutting grasses at 4 inches provides cleaner hay, and also helps improve stand longevity and total yield. Kilcer says because grasses don’t grow from growing points but from photosynthetic leaf ...

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Performance Evaluation of Hay Yield Monitoring System in ...

estimating alfalfa hay yield. The monitoring system was used to monitor alfalfa hay yield at different baler settings (baler chamber pressure values of 5000, 6000 and 7000 kPa and forward speed values of 4, 8 and 12 km/h) that affected bale density, hence, yield monitor data accuracy. Data from the monitoring system was utilized to generate a georeferenced yield data points that were compared ...

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Buyer's Guide to Hay Equipment Small Farm Sustainability

Hay mowers come in all shapes and sizes, from mini sickle bar mowers to the largest trailed mower-conditioners and even self-propelled machines. For the sake of brevity, we will concentrate here on hay mowers that are meant to be mounted to your tractor's 3-point hitch. These machines cover the needs of 99% of people that have a compact or subcompact tractor. Selecting the Type. There are ...

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Tedding, raking, inverting and merging forage swaths ...

15/09/2021  They are not recommended for alfalfa hay, which should dry adequately if put into a wide swath (covering at least 70 percent of the cut area). If done when hay moisture content is above 50 percent, leaf losses can range from 2 to 3 percent for grass and 5 to 7 percent for alfalfa. You can lose up to 15 percent of dry matter when alfalfa hay is tedded at lower moisture contents. advertisement ...

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Haying Systems In North America.. A Review

62% and dry matter loss as high as 37% in rain damaged field-cured alfalfa hay. Other . 3 research has estimated losses ranging from 4% per day to as high as 80% per day for harvesting hay under poor drying conditions (Thorlacius 1984). Storage losses caused from spoilage and heating increase at moisture levels above 20 to 25%. This reduced animal gain, but did not affect dry matter intake ...

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John Deere introduces new high-capacity ... - Hay and Forage

AutoTrac RowSense keeps the machine in the right row, regardless of conditions, and helps maximize time in the field by improving harvest efficiency and yield quality while reducing operator fatigue. Active Fill Control with Rear Unloading can be factory or field installed and provides automated truck and trailer filling while allowing operators to harvest with confidence, day or night, with ...

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