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FERGUSON 426367 1 Getting bales from the field either
Getting bales from the field
Yesterday I was bussy with getting the bales that where baled friday, from the field with my MF 35X and a Case IH 845XL with frontlifter

Gister ben ik balen wezen halen van het land die vrijdag waren geperst. De MF is een 35X en er reed nog een Case 845XL mee (van mijn werkgever) met een hefmast.

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Patrick
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Case 845XL
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Nice photos Patrick :-)

Here, some farmers prefer to cart the bales straight from the baler, to the storage area where they are wrapped, therefore eliminating the need to handle the wrapped bales (& possibly cause damage to them).
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Is that frontlift original with a 'accordbok' connection?
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Link below is a video from the baling Friday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlTCFEZqKzU

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Patrick
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Tas: How do you get the wrapped bale from the wrapper to the stack then :-)?
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Thanks Tas, and that system that you describe seems to be a good system also for here.

Marco, the system that we got on the frontlifter is custombuild accordsystem. We got more machinery with this custombuild accord system, because the weight equipment of the feeding bucket got that same system, so we can weight a lot of things, so that's verry handy

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Patrick
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Arcane, most of the guys here cart the unwrapped bales, straight off the baler to the stack & wrap them there :-)

Most guys here place the wrapped bales at various points around their farms, usually not far from where they are made, making it easier at feeding out time. They are usually placed in rows along fence lines, with a temporary electric hotwire keeoing livestock away from them.

Regards,

TC ;-)
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Here I know some contractors who first transport bales before wrapping them like TC mentioned
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Look at my posts you can see one method of minimized handling of wrapped bales.
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