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How to get a 14 ton digger off the silage pit

How to get a 14 ton digger off the silage pit

(1:08) Makes you wonder how they got it up there in the first place.

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The tractors will dump the cut grass in the clamp and the digger will rake the grass up. Removing air is critical in making good silage so the weight of the digger is used to compress the grass, hence it is on top. At the end of the process the digger has to get down somehow. NB you want to try this in a tractor...
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The tractors will dump the cut grass in the clamp and the digger will rake the grass up. Removing air is critical in making good silage so the weight of the digger is used to compress the grass, hence it is on top. At the end of the process the digger has to get down somehow. NB you want to try this in a tractor...
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Latest comment: i am still wondering .
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Latest comment: i am still wondering .
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