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Ag Bag Flex-a-Tuber input

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hay farmer

03-29-2010 11:09:39

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Anyone have experience with the Ag Bag Flex-a-Tuber machines for wrapping round bales? Usually have everything custom wrapped but came across one of these machines and wanted to know how well they worked - how fast, easy to operate, dependable or not, bags hard to mount etc. Would be used for approximately 5-700 4x5 bales per year. Any comments would be appreciated.

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JD Seller

04-01-2010 22:50:25

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 Re: Ag Bag Flex-a-Tuber input in reply to hay farmer, 03-29-2010 11:09:39  
There are several problems with them. First, you can only tube the length of the bags. Then you have to switch to a new one, in-line wrappers allow you to go as long as you want. Second the bag only gives you one layer of plastic. When I used one the hay stems would poke holes in the plastic and let air in. The in-line wrappers allow more layers of plastic to be put on. Advantages: Cheaper machine to buy. Simple without hydraulic motors. Work fairly fast.

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