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lennart 426326 48 Baling silage either
Baling silage
I thought I show some more pics of our new baler and collector wagon...
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2 bales on the wagon....
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Rear view. The bales rolls to back of the wagon by the force as they are rolls out from the bale chamber, and then there are a type of feathering stop in the bottom of the wagon preventing the bales to roll forward.

In the background the Volvo L 50 loader with Autowrap wrapper.
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Here they have come to the end of the field and the wagon platform is raised...
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And the bales rolls of laying perfectly in rach for the loader. The wagon can be emptied without stopping.
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Here a close picture to the wagon with 3 bales loaded. It is quite strong but got low groundclearance.
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Here tipping the 3 bales in a nice row.
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Last picture, the baler is a Welger RP 535 Master. Bale sizes width 123 cm, diameter from 100 to 200 cm. With integrated cutter with 25 knifes, half can be folded so just 12 or 13 are working. This baler makes incredible hard bales, maybe even harder than our old RP 520 that we traded away.
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More excellent photos & a very informative, well layed out thread Lennart :-)

I like the look of your bale accumulator wagon ;-) a very good idea.
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What's the difference between a battery and a farmer?

A battery has a positive side!!! :-[
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What is the difference between a seagull and a farmer?

At least a seagull leaves a deposit on a machine!!!!!!!! :-\
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Neat machinery:-)
Really a shame that Volvo tractors weren´t imported to Germany, they look great.
I like the wagon, too.
The low ground clearance might be a downside but it is probably necessary so the baler can pass on the bale properly.
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Very nice pics, Lennart! Offcourse you know I like the Valmet
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nice photos lenbardt, and i agre with tas, very informative, nice bale wagon to, that comes in handy at long fields.
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nice photos lenbardt, and i agre with tas, very informative, nice bale wagon to, that comes in handy at long fields.
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good setup,as long its not to hilly like some field are here in CH. :-\
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Thanks everybody!:-)

The low groundclerance is no problem as long as height differences are smooth, the wagon will easily slide over for example when you drive down from road to field.

I agree with jdeere, to hilly field is a problem, but so it is even when you just have the baler, in hilly fields you always have to give the bale kick out an extra thought. We have collected bales in both small creeks and big rivers, and on roads...:-[
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