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Feed Quality Demand Drives Haying Innovations

Maximizing ROI in feed production while increasing flexibility in harvest operations are major trends in equipment demand and design.
The end-user, whether it be the cow or the cattle feeder, is becoming more important to hay and forage producers, and because of that, the equipment in the hay meadow is changing.
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25,000th Large Square Baler is Built in Hesston, Kansas

In 1978, Hesston Corporation introduced the Model 4800, the industry's first large square baler, revolutionizing hay production and feeding practices at a time when labor availability and fuel prices were driving a need for innovations on the farm. Big square balers have come a long way since then, and on May 16, 2013, a large crowd gathered at AGCO's Hesston Operations to celebrate the 25,000th large square baler built in Hesston, Kan.
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Industry Q&A: March 2011

“What opportunities do you see for selling biomass harvesting equipment — stalk balers, cob collection systems, etc. — in your region? How do you see this market’s potential for increasing sales evolving during the next 3-5 years?”
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