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How does it work?

  • The combine tows a baler using a drawbar attached to the main front drive axle
  • Residue from the combine is fed directly into baler via a conveyor
  • The baler is driven by a hydraulic motor using excess power available from combine (avoiding problems associated with PTO drives and slip clutches)
  • The hydraulic system is independent of combine and has its own oil supply and cooling radiator
  • A video camera provides the operator with a view of baler operations
  • Does not slow or affect combine operation to any extent under normal operating conditions
  • Baler can be uncoupled from the combine in a matter of minutes by simply disconnecting four hydraulic hoses, one electrical connector and the drawbar retaining pin.
Australian Farm Case Study #1
Farm of 6,500 acres in Australia, sown to wheat, canola, oats and barley. The total crop production of around...
Australian Farm Case Study #2
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USA Farm Case Study #3
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