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Re: Picked up my next project

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01-12-2019 20:32:40

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What size and weight bale does it make?

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01-12-2019 21:20:18

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 Re: Picked up my next project in reply to GarryinNC, 01-12-2019 20:32:40  
2x3 . Fiat dealer told me that when they sold the hesston 3x3 rebaged hesston then would require 80 hp but they always recommend 90

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01-12-2019 21:33:57

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 Re: Picked up my next project in reply to SVcummins, 01-12-2019 21:20:18  
So not a big square baler? We have these 6x3 big square bales, with 4 twine, I hate them for horses, we also got some bales from our west, probably made by what you just bought, they are probably 2x3 with 3 twine, I never seen them before, guys on here said they might be from a freeman baler, I have a Deere small square 2 twine baler, that all I ever used. Now my boss wants to buy a round baler, I told her I don't know anything about them?

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01-13-2019 08:34:53

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 Re: Picked up my next project in reply to JayinNY, 01-12-2019 21:33:57  
Jay, I have a round baler that I use for my outside horses. It is a big 5x6 soft core. I stand them on end then drop a feeder ring around them. It works well, saves a lot of time, very little waste. The soft core bales are not as easy to handle and do not stack as neatly as hard round bales but they breath well and are softer for the horses the eat. I was skeptical when I started, but now all my outside horses are fed that way. If you stand a round bale on end in the barn it is easy to unwind the hay and many of the horse farms in my area are now bedding mare stalls with round baled grass hay.

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01-12-2019 21:46:31

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 Re: Picked up my next project in reply to JayinNY, 01-12-2019 21:33:57  
Jay round bales kinda suck for feeding in a mainger buy hand but if you stand them on end you can unwind em pretty good

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