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using pallets on a new holland balewagon

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nhbalerman

11-10-2017 17:58:59




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I made a youtube video on using pallets on a new holland balewagon if you own one you will want to watch it. It is in 4 parts amd it is my first time to make a video so I hope you enjoy it and learn something from it. This has made loading hay and unloading a lot easier. Enjoy




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carvel minne farmer

11-12-2017 15:51:54




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 Re: using pallets on a new holland balewagon in reply to nhbalerman, 11-10-2017 17:58:59  
watched your video's balerman, well done! using pallets sure make it easier to handle square bales. you keep this up and the next thing we'll see is balerman on the redcarpet in hollwood picking up his oscar :lol:



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ztr mowers

11-11-2017 13:42:21




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 Re: using pallets on a new holland balewagon in reply to nhbalerman, 11-10-2017 17:58:59  
i used them when i delivered loads of 50 to grocery stores, customers, etc. had 4 of them bolted together to make one unit. had 14 of them made up. deliverd a load using a hesston stackhand trailer converted. haul to customer tilt trailer put chain table in gear that conveyed the pallet and whole bundle off. the loaded up empty and came home. did that for about 10 years think. really worked nice. tthey were loaded with grapple 10 at time.

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carvel minne farmer

11-11-2017 08:08:03




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 Re: using pallets on a new holland balewagon in reply to nhbalerman, 11-10-2017 17:58:59  
I've been using 4' x8' pallets for 2 years now for my small haying operation, small square bales, I like the ease of moving, storing, and loading onto customer trailers, keeps the vales off the ground, good air circulation through the bales even in the hay shed.



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Keith Molden

11-11-2017 04:16:11




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 Re: using pallets on a new holland balewagon in reply to nhbalerman, 11-10-2017 17:58:59  
Do you have a link that you could post to ?



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nhbalerman

11-11-2017 10:17:02




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 Re: using pallets on a new holland balewagon in reply to Keith Molden, 11-11-2017 04:16:11  
Just go to youtube and type in using pallets on a new holland balewagon im not sure how to post a link



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gf in S.IL

11-10-2017 21:34:48




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 Re: using pallets on a new holland balewagon in reply to nhbalerman, 11-10-2017 17:58:59  
You are sure right about the pallets making pulling away from the stack much easier. I also like the fact that the hay is up off the floor.



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1130Leo

11-13-2017 10:28:52




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 Re: using pallets on a new holland balewagon in reply to gf in S.IL, 11-10-2017 21:34:48  
Interesting idea, now i have to make 27 pallets for my 1010 wagon, maybe then the stacks will stay stacked too... would certainly make pulling away from the stack much easier...



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