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Re: NH 851 Round Baler

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11-04-2012 16:35:06

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Great help, I have heard to NOT make large windrolls and drive fairly slow with good RPM. What about the auto tie? It does not have any wiring exposed (I.E. a plug, etc.)

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11-04-2012 18:06:21

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 Re: NH 851 Round Baler in reply to T in KY, 11-04-2012 16:35:06  
On the round baler like the 850 or 851 you want nice size windrows and or put 2 side by side so you do not have to driver back and forth across the windrow. As for speed you do not want to go to slow or you get a bale the is extra heavy and very hard to put a bale spike in, learned that the hard way when I first got my 850 and could not lift the bales with my loader tractor due to how heavy they where. I now run in 3rd gear with my Oliver Super 88 and that is just about right for a nice bale. As for auto tie I can not help you with that the 850 does not have that

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11-04-2012 17:41:44

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 Re: NH 851 Round Baler in reply to T in KY, 11-04-2012 16:35:06  
You want your windrow as big or bigger than for a square baler.

After you get the bale started you will also drive faster than square baling or the baler will grind up the hay faster than you feed it in.

I use to run 4 MPH in windrows that barely fit under the front axle of the tractor.


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