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Mini Baler Rolls Up Hay, Leaves, Or Pine Needles
Mini balers have been around for years but the manufacturer of this new machine thought of just about everything when they put it together.
For starters, it uses the same beltless technology found in bigger machines. A second axle was added to give it more stability.
And for use with 4-wheelers, the baler is equipped with its own 8 hp diesel engine for power.
It produces bales about 22 in. in diameter and about 20 in. wide. Bales weigh an average of 30 to 60 lbs., depending on the material being baled. It wraps bales in net rather than twine.
The baler itself weighs about 390 kg (about 860 lbs.) with the engine It's used to bale all sorts of materials, from all types of hay to pine needles, lawn clippings and leaves.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Brard et Sarran, Z.A.E. du Cedre Briard, 77320 Beton-Bazoches, France (ph 01 64 01 07 56; fax 01 64 01 06 17).

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #3