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Re: By By Stackwagons and mowers...

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10-03-2013 11:08:39

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Values just tripled! You can bet some will use that to justify their higher price when they go to sell one of the two. I know they are sold just not around me but I wonder how many of the new stackwagons have been sold each year for the past say 5 years?? There are a few old pull type models around here and there use to be one selfpropelled model but I haven't seen it in 10 years or more. Not a lot of square baled hay left around here. If there is most have some type of an accumlator that they run on the back of the baler.


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10-04-2013 19:21:40

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 Re: By By Stackwagons and mowers... in reply to cumminspuller, 10-03-2013 11:08:39  
Self-propelled stack wagons are very much alive and well in the southwest. I just wrapped up a business trip in the El Centro, CA area (100 miles east of San Diego right on the Mexican border) and they are everywhere. 3-string balers are popular in that area, mostly Hesstons and a few Freemans. These bales weigh around 130 lbs so mechanical handling is the only option. Many of them go compactors to increase the density then get loaded into containers headed to Asia.

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