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Roller-Loader For Big Bales
"It will carry big bales anywhere, then unroll them on the ground in any amount wanted without waste," explains T. C. Gray, IVA, S. C., inventor of what he calls the Roller-Loader. It attaches to the tractor's frontend loader and can be removed from the tractor in 20 min. by loosening several bolts.
"This machine will pick up large round bales of hay up to one ton, load them on trucks, trailers, or upstairs in barns if needed," according to Gray. "It can also be adjusted to pick up small square bales, small round bales, and many other items that you want to move."
Only one man does the entire job. He never gets off the tractor in picking up, loading or feeding the hay. "If he has to haul the hay long distances, he can load the hay on the hauling rig himself, get off his tractor and drive the hay transport, then return for another load," Gray points out. "The Roller-Loader is not being manufactured commercially but we are looking for an interested manufacturer."
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, T. C. Gray, Route 3, Box 31, Iva, S.C. 29655 (ph. 803-348-6506).

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