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Re: Small Square Baler

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Posted by rankrank1 on October 18, 2012 at 19:42:49 from (

In Reply to: Small Square Baler posted by JDseller on October 18, 2012 at 09:03:12:

steve in wi said: (quoted from post at 03:05:47 10/19/12) Its a new Holland 65 compact baler,it makes a 12 x12 by what ever length you want....

You might want to recheck your tape measure. A NH 65 will make a 12" x 16" bale by whatever length that you want. A Ford 520 will also make a 12" x 16" x whatever length. Other standard balers will either be 14" x 18" (most common) or 16" X 18" (less common).

Lastly there is a minimum length that applies to the bale length that most balers can make so even my statement of whatever length you want is an exaggeration.

There is a company that retrofits older New Holland balers with reduced size bale chambers in order to make them make the tiny bales for festivals - forget name but has been in Farmshow mag several times. Also if you can find one foreign companies like Microstar and Haystar other brands that specialize in making balers for itty bitty little tractors then you might get lucky going that route but those excotic tiny balers are 15k or more new and I have yet to see a used one.

This post was edited by rankrank1 at 20:11:19 10/18/12 2 times.


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