1985 - Volume #9, Issue #5, Page #28[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
In barn round bale slicer"It's a real simple way for farmers to feed out large round bales in their stanchion barns," says Doug Bohn, a Berlin, Wis. implement dealer who's come up with a way for dairy farmers to feed big round bales out of their drive-through haymows using the Dew Eze Super Slicer.
With Bohn's set up, the wheels are removed from the Super Slicer and it's set on the haymow floor over the chute. You put the bale on the 77-in.wide feed-in track with your loader and let the bale feed into the self-cleaning, variable speed, double bar sickle. The conveyor and sickle are powered hydraulically by a power pack.
Super Slicer sells for $4,250.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Doug Bohn, Bohn Implement, Berlin, Wis. 54923 (ph 414 361-0515 or 4230).
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