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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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Krone BigPack 1290 HDP II Creates Denser Bales

When Krone engineers began designing the new HDP II, they had two targets in mind: Increase throughput by 100% in comparison to the 1290 HDP and increase density by 10% while maintaining the same ground speed. To accomplish these goals, a complete redesign was necessary, says Niklas Beindorf, Krone sales promotion manager.
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Hesston by Massey Ferguson Introduces the MF1840 Small Square Baler

Hesston by Massey Ferguson, the industry-leading hay equipment brand from AGCO (NYSE:AGCO), will introduce and display the MF1840 small square baler at the 2013 Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Ill., Aug. 27-29. The two-twine, in-line MF1840 features a number of design enhancements that expand its capacity to bale a greater volume of hay more efficiently, even in challenging conditions. Plus, twine capacity has been increased by 60 percent for less downtime to change spools. The MF1840 balers produce 14-by-18-inch bales and replace the popular MF1839. Whether you are a livestock owner baling to feed your herd or a professional hay producer, the MF1840 will keep you moving in the hay field, producing high-quality Hesston bales even in challenging conditions.
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Mowers & Mo-Cos: Helping Customers Make the Right Choice

The hay business hasn't been the same since disc mowers began replacing sickle bars. And depending upon what kind of hay and forage is being grown in a given area, implement dealers can bale some sizeable benefits as they guide customers in deciding what they need to make quality hay. Conversations with a handful of dealers across the country show growing customer interest in new mowers, and the decision on whether to add a conditioner to help with windrow formation and dry-down is affected heavily by the end-use of the forage at hand.
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