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IN THE January 18, 2012 ISSUE
Worksaver, Inc.—RBH-4000 Bale Handler For Large Rectangular Bales
Worksaver’s RBH-4000 Bale Handler fits tractor front loaders to handle and stack two 4’ x 4’ x 8’ or three 3’ x 3’ x 8’ large rectangular bales. Features five 26” long forged spears spaced along the bottom of the unit and six 18” long forged spears for the uprights.
Learn more at Worksaver, Inc.
Haybuster 2650 Saves You Time And Money
The Haybuster 2650 allows you to process hay and silage bales in any condition and maximize feed and straw to save up to 30 percent. With its one man, self-loading operation and ability to carry two bales at once, the 2650 saves you time and money.
Click here for more information.
Vermeer® VR1428 High-Capacity Wheel Rake
Haying season can be stressful. Crops get heavier and windows of opportunity get tighter. The VR1428 is designed to cover more acres in less time, keeping you on top and on schedule. With the center splitter attachment you can cover the entire swath, up to 28' wide. High capacity means high performance.
For more information, click here.
Boost Your Productivity—With Case IH Hay Equipment
Case IH is offering four ways to significantly boost your productivity, with a program that rewards customers who buy select Case IH large balers and equipment with savings of up to $6,500 on qualifying products and services. The program runs through 3/31/2012.
To learn more, visit the Case IH Online Parts Store.
BaleSkiis Baler Liner
Ski Into Baling Savings!
Order between Feb. 1 & Feb. 28 and get $50 off any small liner and $100 off any large liner!
No matter when you buy your BaleSkiis, you still save money by:
• Reducing horsepower & fuel consumption.
• Reducing trucking & handling costs
• Increasing relative feed value & forage quality.
• Reducing wear, break downs, & down time.
Still not sure? Watch on YouTube. Available at New Holland, Case lH and many more dealers.
See website for sale details:
www.LDAGmachinery.com or call 866-889-3846.
Innovative forage harvesting and production equipment will be examined at the Feb. 14 Forage Seminars at World Ag Expo, Tulare, CA. The first self-propelled merger, an attachment that harvests corn silage in a new way, a dew simulator, high-density large square balers, a harvest moisture monitor upgrade and a field sensor that helps growers irrigate at night will be presented in a jam-packed meeting that also offers marketing analysis and corn silage quality and value discussions. Sponsored by Mycogen Seeds and Hay & Forage Grower. Visit www.worldagexpo.com.
|Calendar Of Upcoming Events
Jan. 24-25: Midwest Forage Association, Wisconsin Custom Operators And Professional Nutrient Applicators Association Of Wisconsin Symposium And Annual Meetings, Chula Vista Resort, Wisconsin Dells. Visit www.alfalfa.org.
Jan. 25-26: Heart Of America Grazing Conference, Holiday Inn, Mt. Vernon, IL. Contact Teresa Steckler at email@example.com or Ed Ballard, Edward@consolidated.net. Register.
Jan. 26: Outagamie County Forage Council Annual Meeting, Doxbee's, Seymour, WI.
Jan. 26-27: 2012 Southwest Hay And Forage Conference, Ruidoso Convention Center, Ruidoso, NM. Visit www.nmhay.com or call 575-626-5677.
Feb. 3: 2012 Dodge County Forage Council Winter Meeting, 11 a.m., Dodge County Administration Building, Juneau, WI. Details.
Feb. 6-9: 2012 Tour de Forage, sponsored by the Midwest Forage Association and University of Minnesota Extension, Feb. 6 at the Clarion Inn, Rochester, MN, Feb. 7, SW Research & Outreach Center, Lamberton, MN, Feb. 8, Greenwald Pub, Greenwald, MN, and Feb. 9, Cromwell Pavilion, Cromwell, MN. Register at www.midwestforage.org.
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