Your question: How many bales can a round baler make?

Most round balers can easily get 6 or 7000 bales before breaking even one belt, and most round balers can put through at least 30,000 bales before needing complete belt replacement. Chain life depends on your lube.

How many hp tractor do I need to run a round baler?

Round bales are large and heavy, and it takes more of a tractor to put up round bales. You need to research very carefully how big of a tractor you need to drive a round baler. Usually it takes AT LEAST 55 PTO horsepower to run a round baler.

What baler makes the best Bale?

What is the best round baler for your farm?

  • John Deere 459 Round Baler. …
  • John Deere 469 Round Baler. …
  • John Deere 559 Round Baler. …
  • John Deere 569 Round Baler. …
  • John Deere 569 Silage Special Baler. …
  • John Deere 854 Silage Baler. …
  • John Deere 569 Premium Round Baler.
  • John Deere 469 Premium Round Baler. The next options for Deere round balers are the premium 469 and 569.

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What is the biggest round baler made?

Now CLAAS presents the new ROLLANT 620, the largest fixed chamber round baler on the market, with a bale diameter of 1.50 m. It has been developed for the harvesting of straw and hay with high throughput and bale density.

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How fast can you pull a round baler?

I pull mine all the time at 50 mph if the road is good.

What is the smallest round baler?

Abbriata makes square balers in 3 sizes. The smallest of the three, the Mini/S, has a total width of only 59 inches, making it the narrowest baler in the compact square baler class.

How much does a round baler cost?

For harvesting 4-foot-by-5-foot round bales, estimated new equipment costs are $25,000 for a rotary mower/conditioner, $5,500 for a 10-foot rake, $35,000 for the baler and $55,000 for an adequate-sized tractor. The total is an investment of $120,500.

Can grass hay be too bale dry?

Some types of grass hay, in dry weather conditions or on dry ground, will be much too dry when baled as small bales using the eight to 15 percent moisture (the traditional rule of thumb) as a guide. Some of this grass hay produces the best quality bales when baled at 24 to 30 percent moisture.

What should I look for in a round baler?

Choosing the right round baler begins with an evaluation of your operation; looking at annual production, productivity expectations, equipment available, type of crop, storage options and end usage. Careful comparisons of features and specifications between balers can help you make the best choice for your operation.

Are Krone balers any good?

Subject: RE: Krone square balers any good? Yes, they are good. I don’t own one, but am leaning that direction after running both a Krone and a new Hesston (MF). Hesston has ruled the market here for a long time, but Krone has become pretty popular the last few years.

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Who invented round baler?

Gary Vermeer is credited with inventing the first round hay baler in the early 1970s before anyone suggested that agriculture needed a new approach to baling hay.

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