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Re: Need baler for 10-15 acres grass hay

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You would be very happy with a Deere 336. Parts support from Deere is good and there is a place in NY that specializes in Deere balers. They rebuild knotters and also have lots of aftermarket parts built. Even a good 24t would work for the few acres you have but a 336 would be better. Tom

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05-28-2020 07:47:13

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 Re: Need baler for 10-15 acres grass hay in reply to tomstractorsandtoys, 05-28-2020 05:07:33  
I will second the 336 JD. I have owned one for about 15 years and have had excellent luck with it. Have had to do a few repairs but not bad. I have owned a 24t JD as well as an International 47 and an Oliver 520 and have a lot of experience with NH balers (277,276 and 320), and have worked on a couple more. To me three considerations are in order- condition of the specific balers you are looking at, basic models durability and parts support. In my area JD has all three covered the best. Price of JD 336 balers has been slowly dropping (along with all other older square balers) due to age and less demand. Good luck.

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