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Big Bale Eater Simplifies Hay Handling
New from Don Dalman Enterprises, Guymon, Okl., is the Big Bale Eater. It allows one man to transport and feed big round bales.
The attachment fits all front-end loaders with a simple hookup and cuts the unrolled hay to whatever length you choose. Hydraulic operation from the seat of the tractor allows the operator absolute control of the job. The unit can also be rearmounted on a 3-pt. hitch, or on the back of a truck. The "spear" can be used independent of the sickle-type slicer to handle and stack big bales.
The "Eater" allows accurate placement of hay being doled out for feeding in windrows or feedbunks. For feeding, the spear rotates the bale across the sickle section cutter which cuts hay to the desired length as it peels it off for ground feeding in windrows, or for feedbunk placement.
Sells for $2,345, plus $150 for the optional chute for feeding the hay into bunks.
For more information, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Big Bale Eater, Don Dalman Enterprises, Box 1079, Guymon, Okl. 73942 (ph 405 652-3329).

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