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Re: round baler basics

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02-23-2014 15:23:53

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Mike, I think the best baler for you is your neighbor"s round baler! that said, you are probably trying to get up hay when everyone else is, so your neighbor is not an option. caseIH 8430 may be worth a look.

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02-23-2014 17:34:52

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 Re: round baler basics in reply to Shale, 02-23-2014 15:23:53  
Tried that last August. Couldn't get anybody to do it. I ended up brush hogging 9 acres. Would have been over 1000 at last summer's yield.

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Keith Molden

02-23-2014 17:33:18

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 Re: round baler basics in reply to Shale, 02-23-2014 15:23:53  
I bought a Case I.H. 8430 with electric twine wrap last year. My fields are mostly on hillsides and the baler makes a 4x4 bale. I really like the baler and would recommend one to anybody else. I had New Holland balers before I bought it and believe me there is no comparison in my mind. Keep in mind that you can fit 2 bales side by side on most trailers when baling with a 4' wide baler. Just my biased thoughts. Keith

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02-23-2014 17:52:18

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 Re: round baler basics in reply to Keith Molden, 02-23-2014 17:33:18  
That is what I like about 4x4 bales.We would put two in the bed of the truck then go to the other farm and two people could easily roll them off.We sold alot of hay to horse people who could do the same thing.

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02-23-2014 18:04:51

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 Re: round baler basics in reply to tomstractorsandtoys, 02-23-2014 17:52:18  
That's just about what I would do. I figure with the hay I'm losing every year it would pay for itself.

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