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Stationary Hay Baler

‎A baler, most often called a hay baler is a piece of farm machinery used to compress a cut and raked crop into compact bales that are easy to handle, transport, and store. Often, bales are configured to dry and preserve some intrinsic (e.g. the nutritional) value of the plants...

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Stationary Hay Baler - Alibaba

‎From. Firth Tower Museum. Name/Title. Stationary Hay Baler. About this object. Stationary Hay Baler. Used on the MacLean farm in Walton. Originally this machine was powered by a petrol engine but it was later modified to be driven from the power take-off of a tractor. It was restored by the Matamata Historical Society and...

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History of the Hay Press - Equipment - Farm Collector

‎1913 Rumely Baler. This 1913 Rumely baler is just part of a Rumely collection owned by Jesse Boller, Ashland, Neb. Note the block of wood in the chamber that is used to separate and tie each bale. ... Most of the earliest hay presses were stationary units built into a barn and extending two to three stories into the hayloft.

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How to Make a Homemade Hay Baler - Sustainable Farming ...

‎Actually, the idea of a "stationary baler" such as this homemade hay baler isn't new, many farms formerly had such devices. Although we've never seen one of the old-time models, we understand that the machine was basically a large, cubical mold into which cured hay was piled. A horse was then walked in a circle to raise...

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Stationary Mini Hay Baler - TractorByNet.com

‎28 May 2008 ... Here's a video of a stationary mini hay baler. I just might be able to afford one of these. YouTube - Mini Hay Baler.

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Stationary Balers - TractorByNet.com

‎29 Jun 2008 ... 3) And this is the one that I'm most interested in: Do any of you operate a stationary square baler? For a couple of reasons, I'd be better off collecting the hay and then feeding it into a hopper of some kind. I've done some reading around the Web, and it seems like that used to be the old-fashioned way.

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Baler - RitchieWiki

‎The first balers, known as hay presses, were stationary machines that relied on horses and manual labor to operate. Initially, hay from the field was transported to the baler on a wagon, and forked manually into the baler's chamber. Once the chamber was full, horses walked in a circle, or on an...

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150 Years of JI Case

‎We demonstrated this miniature working replica of a 1936 stationary hay baler at the Sunbelt Expo last fall near Moultrie, Ga. It produces miniature bales of hay or straw that measure 4 in. wide, 5 in. high, and 9 in. long. The baler itself is 62 in. long by 18 in. high and weighs 110 lbs. It's powered by a modified 19...

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FARM SHOW - Mini Hay Baler Automatically Ties Bales

‎"It's the only machine out there that will automatically tie bales that small," says Sam Esch, Strasburg, Penn., who sells a stationary mini hay baler he built from scratch. He says the electric or hydraulic-powered machine makes decorative bales that measure 8 by 6 by 4 1/2 in. and weigh about 3 1/2 lbs. Crafters and pet store...

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Haying Equipment during the 1940s - Wessels Living History Farm

‎Balers. At the turn of the 20th Century, stationary balers were introduced. Hay would be pitched into these horse-powered units where it would be compressed and tied into bales. Later, the baler was put on wheels so it could be taken to the hay rather than the other way around. But it still took three or four men to bale – one...

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Mini-Baler Frequently Asked Questions - Messicks Mini-Baler

‎Hay and straw producers who want to sell in a metro market with a two to three thousand percent increased profit compared to conventional bales. Horse farms ... Are the stationary 4x6.5 balers production run machines? ... Our current production mini-balers are reconditioned New Holland balers with automatic twine tie.

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Old Model Square Hay Baler Operating And Being Fed While ...

Title: An Old Fashion Case Hay Baler at Work, 1933 Date: 1933 Description: A Case hay baler at work in 1933, with four men operating the mechanical process. Ima.

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Coast & Country - Stationery baler inspired model-maker

‎20 Jul 2016 ... The late Les Brown of Riverston made this model of a stationary hay baler, pictured here on the Donaghys stand at the Mystery Creek Fieldays. Photo: Graham Warsnop. The bright blue and yellow Booth & MacDonald stationary hay baler, which featured on the cover of May 2016's Coast & Country News,...

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Equipment for Sale - Kleine Farms

‎Successful miniature straw bale business. Makes 9" X 11" X 18" bales. Package deal includes: -- New Holland 310 mini-baler- plunger and stationary knives just sharpened, 15,000 bales run through it since it has been converted. -- (2) 53' x 102" semi van trailer for mini bale storage, one with translucent roof and other with...

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PressReader - Shepparton News - Country News: 2015-02-24 ...

24 Feb 2015 ... All models of International Harvester small square hay balers ever to turn out a bale in Australia will be represented at a unique festival at Thyra, north of Moama, during the ... Gates open at 10 am both days with the first demonstration being of an imposing Type 'M' stationary baler of pre-World War II days.

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Hay Baler | BackYardHerds.com

‎Has anyone had any experience or luck with a stationary hay baler that sits on saw horses that is manually fed? I can't find a recently made model. The...

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Ann Arbor Agricultural Machine Company - Ann Arbor - LocalWiki

‎1924 Ann Arbor hay baler, now an antique. Oliver Ann Arbor Pick-Up Baler, parts list, 1944. The Ann Arbor Agricultural Machine Company was founded in 1885. It became the leading manufacturer of "hay presses" or stationary balers, and was acquired by the Oliver Farm Equipment Company in 1943. The 'Ann Arbor...

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Hay Harvesting and Handling - Cornell blogs

‎hay. In the early to mid-1900s, making hay was almost a community event on the farm/ranch. The stationary balers of that time required that hay be brought to the implement. Operators manually tied the bales with twine/wire after the hay was fed through the machine. Today, tractor-pulled hay balers with self-feeding pickups,...

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Tobar an Dualchais - Tedding hay; baling with a stationary baler and ...

‎Summary - Tedding hay; baling with a stationary baler and with a pick-up baler; lifting bales; an accident with a baler. Robert Holmes describes the use of a stationary baler to bale hay from the ricks. He explains that this was less satisfactory than stacking hay or forking it into a shed, as the moisture content was still high.

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