Topic: Re: good baling equipment
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Looks like the M-TA is you haying tractor. If I had those tractors:
7' haybine (lack of 3 pt hitch on MTA, but need hydraulics working good) (NH)
2 rotor tedder (pull type, H or B can pull) (optional thing to buy, but I need one here for our grass hay) (Kuhn)
Side rake (H or B can pull) (256 NH is good)
Baler (M-TA with Ipto) (We've run MF, works good)
For 700-800 bales, I've done that in a day with our small gear, You could probably do that in a couple weekends if you mowed mid week. So if you break up your haying into 200 bale parcels, easy to do. Bale on ground and toss the bales on pickup truck or small trailer/wagon.
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