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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Combine/Baler (Farm Journal 1963)

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02-18-2013 18:35:26

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Any of you all ever try this? Adding a baler to the back of your combine for baling straw?

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athol carr

02-20-2013 14:04:29

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 Re: Combine/Baler (Farm Journal 1963) in reply to Scott(MO), 02-18-2013 18:35:26  

Here is a picture of the German D8-62 with the baler attachment on thew back

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cooney minnie

02-19-2013 17:31:16

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 Re: Combine/Baler (Farm Journal 1963) in reply to Scott(MO), 02-18-2013 18:35:26  
Usually when combining in my neighborhood today, straw needs to lay a day or so to dry out.

The outfit pictured could have real troble if the crop was a little tough.

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02-19-2013 00:12:33

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 Re: Combine/Baler (Farm Journal 1963) in reply to Scott(MO), 02-18-2013 18:35:26  
This one made by Welger is at the Hawk Museum in rural Wolford, ND. Sadly, they do not operate it at their shows.

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02-19-2013 03:05:32

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 Re: Combine/Baler (Farm Journal 1963) in reply to Bob, 02-19-2013 00:12:33  
That's neat. never saw one before. However, I have enough problems with my baler alone, I'm not sure I want to add a combine to the mix though. Still cool stuff.

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athol carr

02-18-2013 23:23:46

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 Re: Combine/Baler (Farm Journal 1963) in reply to Scott(MO), 02-18-2013 18:35:26  
Very common in Europe from the 1960s onwards. German and French built IH combines (i.e. D8-62,D8-64 and F8-63) had these straw balers as an option, hitched on the rear of the combine.

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