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aslomp 420286 91 New baler either
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Picked up the new baler last night.
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Nice baler.

Interesting that it is still in the red colours; here & in the UK (possibly other parts of Europe too) New Holland balers are in yellow colours.

Will you use this baler for hay or silage?

Regards,

TC ;-)
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nice very jd
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Nice baler, is it a occasion? This baler have the old sticker with white and black;-)
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you trying to say 2nd hand or used baler.
looks new,prob.last years model for less money.
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i think that in amerika they don't have the new stickers
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Albert!
Just when I was about to send you an e-mail asking you about it... :-)

Nice baler, you picked it up from K&M? Are you replacing the Case, or adding another? Why did you go down to the single axle from the steerable tandem? You're making 3x4x8 bales with both of these units? What were your reasons for going to the NH this time, and the Case last time?

We're considering one for silage this year, so far I've only looked at Hesston, priced out a 4760 (3x3) and a 4790 (3x4) with 5 bale accumulators. We would like to switch to squares for silage, but there is no-one in the area to either rent a baler from, or get it custom baled.

I was talking to Hans (Kruidhof) today, and we got to talking about your silage method for the big squares, you seem to be happy with it? You find you don't need to put a plastic liner on the bottom? Is it a lot of work to get it covered properly?

We had been planning on putting them through a bagging machine 2-3 high, but I wouldn't mind trying this, at least for one year. I'm just concerned about how much work it is (can one person handle it), and how good is the feed quality?

Thanks,
-Josh
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This baler has been sitting at a dealer in Milk River for over a year. They are a lot cheaper than if you order one but you don't get a the options that you want. The Case is staying, it is the same as the NH exept the axle.
We have tried a 3x3 but didn't like it, they were hard to stack and if you made them 8 feet long they turned into bannanas.
As long as the ground is not to wet you won't have any trouble.
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Thanks for the info ;-)
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