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John Deere #10 Baler

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Dormac

01-08-2021 04:38:58




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Is there any #10 small square balers left?




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Farmallb

01-08-2021 15:54:07




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to Dormac, 01-08-2021 04:38:58  
The first hay I had baled for me the guy had a JD side shooter Did a good job



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david from kansas

01-08-2021 09:30:38




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to Dormac, 01-08-2021 04:38:58  
About 15 years ago, or so, there was one at the Fairview Oklahoma show that baled a little straw. Was disappointed in the bale as it was loose and probably didn't weigh 20 pounds. Took one of the bales home for a souvenir but got tired of having it around and used it. Wire tied. They were supposed to make a super high density bale of a smaller dimension to make more convenient for shipping.



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Dormac

01-08-2021 08:55:07




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to Dormac, 01-08-2021 04:38:58  
These were built in Ottumwa, Iowa.. A town just north of me..



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Hayfarmer

01-08-2021 08:49:56




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to Dormac, 01-08-2021 04:38:58  
I don't know how many model 10 balers were produced. We had one here they used as demo then it left again. Wasn't popular. I heard that someone in Western Washington built a baler to make similar size bales, smaller bales popular with horse people there.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-08-2021 05:50:00




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to Dormac, 01-08-2021 04:38:58  
Cant remember the model but I have a side drop JD wire tie that can be bought



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david from kansas

01-08-2021 09:26:35




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-08-2021 05:50:00  
Would like to see a pic of your JD baler, Case Nutty.



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Case Nutty 1660

01-11-2021 13:44:09




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to david from kansas, 01-08-2021 09:26:35  
116W I believe, I did not take time to find the serial tag but can I have books for it also cnt

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Case Nutty 1660

01-08-2021 15:49:22




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to david from kansas, 01-08-2021 09:26:35  
I will get some,, Steve hit it a 116W I think it is



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DeltaSteve

01-08-2021 07:56:24




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 Re: John Deere #10 Baler in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 01-08-2021 05:50:00  
Your baler would be a 114,or 116. We called them "sidewinder" balers.Introduced in 1946.Replaced by the 14T in '54.



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