Thanks for all your help guys, that really helps to put a value on the corn stalks. We started bailing today it when really slow at first and we broke some shear bolts, after we got the tension set right it went pretty smooth from then on. I was actually surprised how well that bales were turning out, the old new holland was making better more uniform corn stalk bales then it does hay bales in the summer. Every few bales we ended up having 120 pound bales that where half full of dirt. We rotary chopped and raked the stalks and when baling we had the pickup higher but still ended up with a lot of dirt. Does everyone have this problem, or suggestions to keep stalks clean of the dirt. Thanks everybody
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