Randy, after picking a half load of spilled bales...twice, I learned. The longest run from the furthest field to the barn is about half a mile through the field. The grab has two grips per bale and picks up well crossways but bales must be pretty tight. If a little loose, carry with the front of the grapple pointing down. Also I start two stacks per wagon about 8"-10" apart then inch them together as I go up. This way they lean together and solidifies the load. In the barn, I found that by placing the first on edge with the cut side down it makes the rest of the stack more ridgid and prevents some of the spoilage. The barn stacks are also alternatly turned ninty degrees. As for the "rodeo" cowboys on the skid loader in the field, I found that screaming about making slow wide turns to save the plants helps a lot! Anyhow, that"s how I do it. Larry NEIL
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