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Re: Round baler

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I like the 4 ft wide bales for the same reason, easier to transport and works better for my smaller tractors when feeding cows. My current 4x6 baler replaced a 4x5 baler, had a old Hesston years ago that made 4x5 1/2 bales and wanted to make that size bale again to feed 5 bales per feeding rather than 6, but I'd also started selling a few bales and no one wanted to pay extra for the 6" larger bale, reset the baler and now make 4x5 bales with my 4x6 baler.

New balers 90's and up with hydraulic tension can be set to make tight bales no matter what size dia it is

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01-15-2020 19:27:57

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 Re: Round baler in reply to Destroked 450, 01-15-2020 19:03:06  
I agree. My son has a 4x5 Gehl. Works great. But They quit the baler business. No support. Will get a John Deere next, but don't know what model to get. We will get a net wrap also. Takes to long to tie with string. Also net wrap looks better in January when selling them. But Net wrap is a bth feeding them. The Gehl does have a air over hyd accumulator. So will make a tight 4x4 bale. But we make the bales as big as it will. Just a little over 5 ft. Want grass hay to weigh 750 to 800.

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