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Mini Baler Fitted With Storage Chute
This Italian-built mini baler has an add-on feature we've never seen before: A chute that collects and holds up to seven bales.

    It was designed for baling up vineyard and orchard prunings so growers can get the bales out of the narrow alleys between vines or trees. The bale holder attaches to the back part of the baler and extends up and over the top of the machine. The bales are ejected onto a lift that's activated when the baler's main door opens. Once the chute is full, bales can be unloaded together in a neat row.

    The uniformly sized bales are so compact they can be sliced using a chainsaw. The bales can be used later as fuel in special boilers, or cut and burned in fireplaces.

    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, CAEB International (ph 011 39 035 570451; info @caebinternational.it; www.caeb international.it).

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2009 - Volume #33, Issue #3