When your operation is all about the cow and you want to provide better nutrition for your herd by analyzing bale weights and moisture cutting after cutting, year after year to improve field performance, then we have the right choice for you.
When it comes to hay, timing is everything. You need a baler that you can depend on to get the job done right the first time. Built and engineered in Ottumwa, Iowa, our large square balers feature a wide pickup, a moisture and weight sensor that measures levels flake by flake and the convenience and reliability of BalerAssist™ to easily clear plugs from the cab.
Cutting after cutting, year after year, analyze the agronomic performance of your hay with Bale Doc.
Save time and money1 when you increase bale weight by 30 percent.
Monitor bale weight and moisture throughout the entire baling process to make real time decisions.
Whether you’re working with dry hay, high moisture or silage, our round balers are designed to meet the demands of your operation. From our economical E models to the feature-packed R models, we engineered a family of round balers ready to fit your needs.
Smaller, more nutritious pieces makes for a happier herd and less waste.
Get the strength and durability you need for handling heavy loads with the DiamondTough Belts.
Make more bales, reduce leaf loss and shed water better using Edge-to-Edge, CoverEdge™ or B-wrap covering.
It takes data to make informed decisions. And with Bale Doc, you have the ability to analyze yield trends and nutrient replenishment cutting after cutting, year after year with the John Deere Operations Center™.
Not sure which baler is right for your operation? Let us help you chose with the Baler Product Selector tool.
Keeping your animals healthy and productive is your top priority. Helping you do it is ours. As a dairy farmer or rancher, you have many challenges to keep your herd healthy and productive. But you’re not alone. We stand ready to help.
1Based on fuel savings of baling and transporting fewer high-density bales (weighing an average of approximately 1,200 lbs.) versus more standard bales (weighing an average of approximately 925 lbs.).