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A good sized payloader for feedlot and bale moving?
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Posted 11/24/2021 08:22 (#9338276 - in reply to #9338001)
Subject: RE: A good sized payloader for feedlot and bale moving?

Kingdom of Callaway - Fulton, Mo 65251

pauscows - 11/24/2021 06:01 What size bucket do you put on the W80 for loading feeder wagon?

I actually have several.  I don't know the yardage sizes.  One is a real shallow but tall bucket that came with it that is nice when loading from the ground, as you don't have as much overhang going into the mixer when you tilt it all the way down, and you have bales banging around in there.  Then I have a 90 inch wide, deep, and tall light material bucket that I use for manure, and cleaning off concrete of spilled hay.    I recently bought at a sale a real small bucket that is nice because when you fill it, it holds  exactly 1000 pounds of ground corn.  Then I have a tooth bucket for loading dirt, a grapple bucket or loose hay, and several bale spears.  One spear is a twin which is nice to use for the TMR dropping in two bales at once.

I would buy a larger one if I didn't have to use it in the field, but it sure is a good all around machine that won't rut up a field.  We ordered it with the high speed travel option, which is really nice on the road and between fields.

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