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New Holland sells black net wrap you can run. But it's not plastic film like from a wrapper. Theres no plastic film that you can run in the baler.
I don’t know where a person would find the product, but my BR780A manual definitely describes the process of using a film wrap instead of a net wrap. This is not that extruded black wrap, nor a woven net but a solid film. There were some wrap mechanism parts specifically for film wrap, and also specific trouble shooting tips for it.

I haven’t looked long enough in the tomes that came with my 560s to see if NH offed that option on them or not.
 

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I have never seen it used, and I don't know where you can find it either.
John Deere has something balled "B-Wrap". It's a plastic film they claim will keep rain & snow out, yet it can breathe so moisture can get out, thereby keeping the hay from molding. According to Google, it cost $7-8 / bale. Will it work in a New Holland? I don't know.
 

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B Wrap will not work in NH; it is a Deere exclusive and requires the B Wrap equipment on the baler. B Wrap is expensive, but also effective.
 
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