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Vermeer Unveils the Next Big Leap in Baling Technology

The first-ever self-propelled round hay baler is expected to revolutionize haying operations for big producers.
Since Gary Vermeer invented the round baler in the early 1970s, the evolution of hay baling operations has been marked by a series of refinements that have vastly increased productivity of the operation and quality of the final product.
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Wide Swath Haying Revisited

Fifteen years of application show wide swath haying improves stored forage quality and can boost feeding efficiency. Equipment builders have responded with mowers to do the job.
In June 2003, Tom Kilcer and his New York Extension Service colleagues tested their wide swath hay-in-a-day concept by putting it to a test in a soggy alfalfa field after an overnight shower dropped 0.033 inches of rain and left the meadow soaked with free-standing water.
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AGCO Proposes Square Baler Classification System

AGCO has introduced a standardized classification system for small and large square balers during the 2017 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. The square baler classification system places balers in Class 1 through Class 8. This new system defines the capabilities of balers in each class by rated plunger load and their most appropriate uses so producers will be better able to choose the right baler for their needs.

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