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 12-12-1999, 00:00 Post: 10941
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I have bought a home made straw blower for spreading straw on a new seeded yard. It is made from an old silage blower it works pretty good now but wondering if anyone has done this before? Thanks for the help.






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 12-13-1999, 00:00 Post: 10968
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NO BUT I'VE thouight about it, Could you e-mail me all the specs & possibly a pic or when you get done with it would you be wanting to sell it?
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 12-13-1999, 00:00 Post: 10972
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Hi Dana this blower that I have is made from an old silage blower you break the bales and throw into a hopper and the suction from this thing pulls in and than it comes out the hole in the top where they have installed a stove pipe adjustable elbow so you can spread left or right up or down you can also put on a piece of flexable drain pipe that is about 8" in diameter. I am going to do some more work on it. I will probably mount it on a trailer where you can load staw on back and have the blower on the front. I hope it will work I will use it alot. If you have more questions I will try to help. Maybe I can send a picture to you somtime but if you see a silage blower beside a silo it looks like that with a elbow on top instead of a pipe going to the top of the silo






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 12-17-1999, 00:00 Post: 11153
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Since I was raised on a farm I know what you are talking about. How do you plan to power this thing, & yes I'd like to see pic's
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 12-21-1999, 00:00 Post: 11354
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The blower is PTO driven and I have a ford 1320 tractor it turns the blower real good. I have spread about 4 bales with it and I believe it will do good. The guy I bought the blower from had it on a trailer but wanted too much for that so I have an old trailer that I will mount it on so I can stack about 20 bales on the back. The blower has a three point hitch but he has put a longer pto shaft so that it would reach the trailer. I will be working on this thing and try to have it mounted and working good for summer. My scaner isnt working now but maybe that will be fixed soon.






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