Posted by Moline_guy on November 05, 2012 at 19:33:49 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Round Balers posted by 2510Paul on November 05, 2012 at 16:51:09:
Dad bought a 567 deere baler this year with the mega wide pickup, we rolled up around 300 bales of corn leaves with it. We did not chop the stalks, we just used a H S 16 wheel v rake and it was mostly leaves with some stalks. It takes about 30' at a time. This baler has a short auger on either side behind the pickup teeth and then has fingers behind the pickup teeth to help it feed into the chamber. It worked perfect, not one problem bale. We have used 851 chain balers in the past, they work fine for everything else except corn stalks, the bale will spin out in the chamber and plug the pickup or it will spit the corn back out the front. The deere 567 also seems to work good in straw, short hay or long hay. It has 20,000 bales on the clock, don't know how many they are good for.
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