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Posted: 1/22/2013 5:46:52 PM
   

RE:Blizzard Ensilage Cutter

Ihave a Blizzard silo filler but there were no wrenches with it  I use it every fall to chop up sorgrum  stalks. The green paint is still on the blower but knot the table.


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Posted: 1/22/2013 5:58:14 PM
   

RE:Blizzard Ensilage Cutter

I have a Blizzard ensilage cutter but there were no wrenches on it. The green paint is still on the blower but not the table. I use it ever fall to chop up sorgrum stalks at our fall show.


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Posted: 1/22/2013 6:59:12 PM
   

RE:Blizzard Ensilage Cutter

Hi Jim,

Do you have any pics of your Blizzard in action?  It would be neat to see one in action!!

Gary


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Posted: 2/3/2014 2:06:23 AM
   

RE:Blizzard Ensilage Cutter

Just putting the information onto the wrench  list regarding Blizzard Wrenches that you sent me two years ago Malcolm. Still better late that never.

I don't think you have a # 779 W  wrench in your collection have you ? I think I have photos of most of yours

Thanks

Alan


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Posted: 2/28/2017 3:20:30 AM
   

RE:Blizzard Ensilage Cutter

Following Alan's posting this morning about the possibility of the M-H N0 8 ensilage chopper being made by Blizzard it prompted me to revive this old Blizzard thread, it may be the nudge and encouragement I need to get on and finish my long on going project since 1997.

Only last week on my trip West to "The Massey Machine Shop" did I return with the newly machined tapered axles for the Blizzard wooden frame, the new timber has been sat in the shed a few years drying now, so when the current sprayer project is finished I think its the Blizzard next.

In the meantime here is another photo I recently found of the Blizzard lying in the sand at The Dome Valley Auction. This photo shows the remains of the timber frame, wheels and axles which are my next phase of the Blizzard restoration here in Lincolnshire.

I hope some of our North American readers can clarify where the later M-H ensilage choppers were made and if they had any connection to the earlier Blizzard design and manufacturing in Canton Ohio?

Malcolm.

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