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I use a 272 CudDitioner for all my hay making, I have two. The negatives are that it leaves a rougher cut, and also used a LOT of power.
That being said, it is a very simple machine, and after multiple years of fighting with sickle bar style mower conditioners, the reliability of the Cutditioner was very nice. It basically has one belt, no chains...keep the blades sharp and it does the job. I haven't noticed any real difference in the condition of the hay as a finished product, but I'm only doing grass hay, no alfalfa.
All in all, I am very happy with the machine..otherwise I wouldn't have bought another!
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