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I don’t know much about this machine because I am from the
Southeastern U.S. and this machine was more common in the
Western U.S. I believe the machine was used to make hay into
range pellets.
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This is either a hay cuber or a hay pelleter. I have seen
two similar machines, but never got to see them run.
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I believe the model number is 425. They never really came
into production. The theory was pressing the hay threw a
rotating die and compressing it into little cubes, using the
waxxy surface on the stems as an adhesive. The main
advantage was to be able to handle hay with a scoop shovel.
When the prototype was being tested, a heifer had a cube of
hay get caught and she choked to death. Everyone figured
maybe it wasn't such a hot idea afterall.
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