Posted by mtjohn on October 23, 2012 at 16:51:21 from (126.96.36.199):
If the alfalfa sets seed in the fall we usually combine it for seed. This year had a decent set and we went and cut a truck load and called to set up an appointment to get it cleaned and were told they pulled their gravity table out of the cleaning loop so no alfalfa. Called around and not having any luck finding anybody who will clean it within 150 mile radius. So question comes up have an old Clipper #27 fanning mill available is this a possibility and if so any advice such as screen size and tips to running it. Do have a guy with a air table thinking maybe rough clean ourselves and maybe deliver it to him for final cleaning and bagging. The sample seems pretty dirty but alot of seed in it! I do realize that probly not a big money maker but making something out of nothing seems to please the old man. Probably less than 1/3 of acres cut so alot more available if we can get cleaned and clean out a truck. Any ideas appreciated. Thanks John K.
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