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Nyhof Canada 397382 92 Inland 2500 Bale Picker either
Inland 2500 Bale Picker
This is our Inland 2500 bale picker. It loads 14 round bales with a pick up arm on either side.
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These pictures are from last year when we ran our 714 on the picker.
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This was two or three years ago. We used the 8970 back then. As you can see it was a wet year, the tractor is quite dirty.
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Going across the baler tracks to pick up the bales...
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This is a picture when we are following the baler tracks, there is a wing on the arm that rotates the bale a quarter turn and then picks it up, follow through to the next image.
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bale is rotated, lined up, and ready to lift up. This is not recommended for over 2000lbs silage bales, we only use it for straw now that we had to reinforce the pick up arm!
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up, up and onto the deck. There is a pusher on the front driven by two hydraulic motors that push the bales to the rear.
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This is unloading. The deck tilts up and the pushers push the bales off the back of the deck
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This was a small load, probably the end of the day or the last of the field.
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A view from the rear of the empty machine. Next year we will be running this machine with the 930, we will be carrying 16 bales due to the front hitch with a fork attachment.
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would be good if the baler could turn the bales already ;-)
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very nice tractor...;-)
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Do you unload the bales on the side of the field an then haul them home with a truck right away, do you fetch them later when you need them or do you use the Inland on the road, too?
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Nice pic and a intresting bale collector, In Sweden there is similar "wagons" but not this size, and no one that turns the bales.

When and how do you wrap the silage bales?
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Nice pictures :-)

Looks like a similar principle to a Pro Ag (Morris) Hay Hiker that I saw here the other day (will post a couple of pics at some stage).
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both are canadian brands ;-)
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Einasher: We use this machine to take them all the way home. This way we only handle them once. It doesnt take long to get them home with a tractor since our furthest field is only 2 miles away. The fendt did increase our capacity due to its road speed.
This system is nice because its way faster for loading than a loader and the bales sit in such a fashion that you dont need to strap them down.
Lennart: We wrap the bales with a Tube-line wrapper that wraps them in a consecutive tube. I have pictures i will post sometime.
TC: True it is similar, also with the Highline bale collector. We bought this one because we owned the square bale stacker from inland when we did medium squares, and we knew that it was a strong machine that would stand up to our driving conditions ;-)
jdeere: that is true, i think highline is also actually.
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Jdeere, I'm actually curious as to why we've never seen balers with something to turn the bale. It's a pain to have to grab the bales by running across the rows, especially during silage when I sometimes have to be running in between rows, or reaching across swaths to grab them. Often when I'm picking/stacking/loading I'm literally following the baler around the field and grabbing them even before it stops rolling. ;-)

Craig, this Buhler/Inland is a common type around here, and have the same principal as the Morris, Highline, etc, and like Jdeere said, they're both[all] Canadian. I like the idea of this one, being able to turn the bale...

Einachser, I would assume that especially with the silage, they haul them home to the wrapper with that unit at the same time...

Nyhof: Nice pictures, nice set-up too. You're pretty happy with that picker? How far are you traveling? I have been considering one, however it would be far too slow to have on a tractor for us. I would want it for silage, which is about 30-45 minutes away for the semi, and can take 30 bales if we just put singles up top. So that would mean it'd have to be mounted on a semi-trailer, and since I couldn't exactly drag a 50+ foot trailer zig zagging through the field, I'd need a tractor in the field anyways to stack them in a tube, so the truck could load the entire thing at one location. Benefit would be the fact that the truck is never sitting waiting to be loaded or unloaded, and also wouldn't have to strap. The longer it takes, the more dry-down there is.

How do you like the net-wrap? For the most part I like it, however occasionally it'll get wrapped around one of the drums, and I find that more pieces get past the rotor, and wind up in the feed/bedding, and for that reason we only use it for some of our bedding(straw).

-Josh
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i think i have seen ones something like a 1/4 turn on a baler,but cant remember now wich make it was again. :-\
would not be to hard to construct a guide behind the baler,maybe. :-[
still better than fix broken machinery do to driving across the tracks and be shaken all day long in the seat,while picking bales. :-(
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We are going to get a bale collector to be hooked after the baler collecting 2 or 3 bales depending on size. This makes it possible with our smaller fields to collect most bales at the headland, or for bigger fields in rows. I will come back with pictures as sson as we get the collector, and of course have anything to bale (app. 1st june).
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