Posted by orangepower on January 28, 2013 at 20:03:55 from (18.104.22.168):
We have a good NH 451 sickle mower. Have been kinda looking at some of the older conditioners to do some alfalfa and heavy clover stands. Does the crop have to be conditioned immediately after cutting or could it lay there an hour or two until I go back over it with the conditioner? Have found some NH and a New Idea for sale locally. Which is better? Would I be better off biting the bullet and invest in a mower conditioner now? We primarily have grass/clover right now, but looking to hopefully expand into more alfalfa. Thanks for any opinions. And no, I don't have the acres or cash to justify a discbine even though they are a superior machine.
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