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Bale Accumulator Stacks End-To-End
"We think it's the best tow-behind bale hauler because it lays bales end-to-end so you don't have to handle them again," says Gerald Beillet, representative of Doucet S.A., manufacturer of anew-style tow-along bale hauler.

Designed to be hitched to the back of any round baler, it operates automatically. As each bale comes out the back of the baler, it is shifted hydraulically - first to the right, then to the left, and the third bale is held at center. Each bale shift is identified by a light and sound signal in the tractor cab so the operator knows when to shut the rear baler door.

The new bale handler consists of a curved cradle running crosswise behind the baler. It has a set of support wheels under it that retract when the cradle is unloaded to the rear. A pair of 2-way cylinders shove bales to either side of the trailer, activated by levers that the bales hit as they come out of the baler.

Sells for about $3,800.

Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Doucet S.A., B.P. 22, 3, rue du Chateau, 51210 Montmirail, France (ph 26 81 21 04; fax 26 81 68 88).

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1992 - Volume #16, Issue #3