Larry, that is really interesting how you "tie" the loads together with the bale grabber. I'd never thought about trying that. Does the grabber do a good job of picking up the bales the opposite direction? How many tines does your grabber have on it? I personally don't like using my skid steer to load out of the field. It tends to tear up too much ground .....espectially if you have someone else helping on the skid steer. They tend to think it's a rodeo. I like using my tractor with the grabber on it....tears up a lot less ground. I sure did like your criss-cross method of stacking with the grabber. I'll have to try that.
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