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Industrial PowerSource Magazine
Vol. 4, 2016 Balers With Brawn
Freeman self-propelled balers help large commercial hay growers bale small square bales fast and efficiently
Large commercial hay producers know that when a large field is windrowed and ready for baling into small squares, you'd better make hay while the sun shines. Wasting no time, a Freeman self-propelled baler will roll up its sleeves and begin transforming those long windrows of forage into tightly packaged small squares at rates of up to seven bales per minute. "The machine is extremely efficient," says Thomas Wardrup, marketing manager for the Freeman Division of the Allied Systems Company. "We have commercial hay growers who will put up 200,000 bales through the baler in a year." Freeman self-propelled balers are rugged tough and designed to handle that level of production day after day — year after year. "We build our balers to be extremely durable," says Wardrup. "We know of 30-year-old balers that have produced several million bales over the course of their useful life."
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