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Custom Harvesting Today, 03:19 PM
Hi! I have no idea what I'm doing and would like some help, please. I have about 20-30 acres of land that had been growing some nice hay. The type it's growing, I honestly couldn't tell you. I've had offhand suggestions from others that it might be Johnson or Coastal. I have no idea on how to t...
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I'm not the only one!

Alfalfa/Hay Yesterday, 10:19 PM
I found a young kid on youtube working with old equipment.  He's actually using a NH 66 LOL.  He's baling small fields and just learning.  I feel his pain every time he has a break down.  If you care to watch one of his videos I included a link.  He  actually bales i...
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A different hay year

Machinery Yesterday, 09:04 PM
Is any one else's hay coming up short on tonage. A feild that last year put off 100 4x5 rolls turnd out 58. A field that turnd out 80 rolls turnd out 26 this year. Used the same fertlizer and lime as last year just like the test showed gave it just what it called for but it's coming up short.
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New Holland 495, the good, the bad and the ugly

Machinery Yesterday, 08:23 PM
A New Holland 495 came up for sale down the road from me and I'm kind of interested in it as an upgrade to my present 469. Does anybody have any good things or bad things to say about them? Any pointers on what to look for specific to this machine? How does the wobble box hold up to a 12 ft knife...
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Rear weight for a Agco Allis 8745

Tractor Talk Yesterday, 05:02 PM
Do you think 800 lbs on the 3pt is good enough weight to help keep the back wheels down on a Agco Allis 8745 with MFWD, cab and a loader. 
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Self-propelled Bale Baron


Marcrest Manufacturing Inc introduces the newest member of the Bale Baron line-up, the 4240SP Bale Baron, which will make its debut at the NFMS in Louisville, KY.

The new Self-Propelled Bale Baron is the latest innovation in their line of small bale packaging systems. The Self-Propelled Bale Baron is powerful and versatile and designed to increase your bale production without the use of a tractor. Powered by an impressive 173 HP 6 cylinder turbo charged diesel engine, the Self-Propelled Bale Baron efficiently grabs small bales and packs them up. With an in-field pickup speed of 12 MPH and a maximum capacity of 1100 bales/hour you can easily keep up to 3 small balers. The pickup is directly in front which eliminates head-turning and results in less operator fatigue. Equipped with 30 MPH road speed, hydrostatic braking, 4WD, Timbren® hollow rubber block suspension, air conditioning, and in-cab displays, you can ride in style.

A Self-propelled Bale Baron will be at Marcrest’s booth in the Pavilion Hall at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. If you’re there feel free to drop by to see for yourself! Or you can watch a video on it at http://marcrestmfg.com/en/videos


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