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  1. Vol. 74 No. 6, p. 1098-1099
    Received: May 10, 1982



Forage Plot Clipping Wagon to Improve Harvesting Efficiency1

  1. J. L. Caddel,
  2. D. G. Batchelder and
  3. G. L. McLaughlin2



Removing forage clippings from borders and alleys of cultivar evaluation and management trials represents a major expense for forage research. A wagon, to be attached to a self-propelled flail-type forage harvester, was constructed to reduce the cost of harvesting plots. Clippings from alleys and borders are blown into the wagon and dumped into a pickup truck or larger wagon for removal from the area. This piece of equipment has contributed to a substantial savings in labor involved in harvesting forage plots.

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