The third disc in a four part series, this DVD follows the family run business Wilson Farming as they continue with their harvest season.
The Preston silage contracting team put their two Krone harvesters to the test in wet ground conditions, while the Claas 980 demonstrates its pedigree on hire in Shropshire with Jimmy Seaton. Returning to Cumbria, contractor Tim West also shares his views on the Claas vs Krone chopper debate and we find out why he has recently added two Pottinger silage wagons to his fleet. We also travel to Scotland where dairy-farmer Mark Callander hires a Claas 870 from Wilson's to be in complete control of the feed quality for his herd. Despite mechanical problems, the wet weather and a burnt out chopper, the crews battle on to get the grass in the clamp.
Runtime: 2 hours 20 minutes