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Discussion in 'Agricultural Operations' started by AtlasRob, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. bigblueox

    bigblueox Senior Member

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    i didn't like bags until we built a platic roller that rolls the plastic up as you go. the only spoilage problems i've seen is from a busted bag.
     
  2. stock

    stock Senior Member

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    In the interest of broading one mind and not wanting to look foolish but what do you call bags???, over here some farmers wrap grass round bales to help preserve it for silage ,and they can hold for two years if stored correctly.
     
  3. bigblueox

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  4. DarrylMueller

    DarrylMueller Senior Member

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    Talking about silo's sure brings back some great memories. First off the climb up at 04 dark 30, but the smell good silage, which it was has a real good smell I will always remember those days. These were Unidilla Silos. Is'n there more waste in in the bunker and pits. Harvestors that that was like the best glass lined.
     
  5. moonsabie

    moonsabie New Member

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    looks cool