- 1 How much horsepower does it take to run a 9 foot disc mower?
- 2 How much HP does it take to run a Discbine?
- 3 How fast can you mow with a disc mower?
- 4 How much horsepower does a hay mower have?
- 5 What size tractor do I need to run a Haybine?
- 6 What is a Discbine?
- 7 How long does it take to mow 1 acre with a riding mower?
- 8 What size mower do I need for 2 acres?
- 9 How many acres can a 60 inch mower cut in an hour?
- 10 How much HP do I need for a round baler?
- 11 How much HP do you need for a round baler?
- 12 What is the best round baler to buy?
How much horsepower does it take to run a 9 foot disc mower?
A new 9 ft cut disc mower /conditioner with rubber rolls from NH calls for 65 HP. But if you move up to the 10 foot cut NH, minimum HP is 80. Keep in mind that these ratings are for ideal conditions (flat land, uniform crop, etc.) and running at pretty high ground speeds.
How much HP does it take to run a Discbine?
The 9’2” cutting width and narrow transport of the side-pull H7220 and H7320 models makes them ideal for mowing tight spaces and accessing smaller farm gates. The 540-rpm drive and low power requirement means you can mow and condition your crop for fast drying with as little as 65 PTO horsepower.
How fast can you mow with a disc mower?
The advantages of a disc mower are: Disc mowers handle thick and lodged hay with ease. High cutting speeds. If you have the horsepower, there is almost no limit to how fast you can drive through the field. Speeds of up to 15 mph or more are feasible, though very few tractors can do this safely.
How much horsepower does a hay mower have?
Most standard square balers on the market require 35 horsepower at your tractor’s PTO, and a minimum tractor weight of around 3000 pounds.
What size tractor do I need to run a Haybine?
being sensible here– you need at least 50 hp + a tractor with good brakes to do the job safely. I run a 488 with a series 4 D17 Ac diesel loaded rear tires and still get pushed around some on the steep hills. Live power is a must for those times when she plugs up.
What is a Discbine?
A conditioner (or hay conditioner) is a farm implement that crimps and crushes newly cut hay to promote faster and more even drying. The names Haybine and Discbine are brand names of mower-conditioners, although some farmers use these names somewhat generically.
How long does it take to mow 1 acre with a riding mower?
With a typical 21″ push mower it takes about 2 hours to mow an acre of lawn. A riding mower with a 36″ cutting deck will give you the same result in an hour. Riding lawn mower with a 48″ cutting width will help you mow an acre of lawn in about 45 minutes. 60″ zero turn mower mows an acre in half an hour.
What size mower do I need for 2 acres?
If your lawn is 1/ 2 to 2 acres, then a riding mower with a deck that is 42 to 48 inches wide would be appropriate. If the lawn is 3 acres or larger, the deck should be at least 50 inches wide.
How many acres can a 60 inch mower cut in an hour?
60 inches X 6 mph x 80% / 100 = 2.88 (round to 2.9) acres per hour.
How much HP do I need for a round baler?
If you are buying a baler first, keep horsepower requirements in mind when pairing with a tractor. PTO horsepower requirements for round balers start at 30 hp and can run up to 120 hp.
How much HP do you need for a round baler?
Round bales are large and heavy, and it takes more of a tractor to put up round bales. You need to research very carefully how big of a tractor you need to drive a round baler. Usually it takes AT LEAST 55 PTO horsepower to run a round baler.
What is the best round baler to buy?
What is the best round baler for your farm?
- John Deere 459 Round Baler.
- John Deere 469 Round Baler.
- John Deere 559 Round Baler.
- John Deere 569 Round Baler.
- John Deere 569 Silage Special Baler.
- John Deere 854 Silage Baler.
- John Deere 569 Premium Round Baler.
- John Deere 469 Premium Round Baler. The next options for Deere round balers are the premium 469 and 569.