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Making Hay Better and Faster By: 08/14/2014 @ 2:21pm

New Holland’s Roll-Belt 560 5×6-foot round baler delivers the two elements cattle producers ask for the most: higher baling capacity and better feeding ability in a…

Improve Hay Drydown and Increase Capacity By: 01/12/2015 @ 11:47am

By: Gene Johnston If you’re looking for a machine to handle hay, the latest innovations from Case IH – the DC3…

Vermeer Unveils First Fully Continuous Round Baler By: 09/04/2014 @ 5:05pm

Stop, drop, and roll. It's how farmers have traditionally produced a round bale. Yet it wasn't an efficient…

Windrowers Go Tech By: 03/10/2014 @ 12:34pm

Windrowers are one of the hardest pieces of equipment to drive, says Zach Hetterick, Case IH livestock equipment marketing manager.By upgrading its WD3 II Series windrowers with AFS auto guidance and a new…

The great baler debate By: 02/19/2014 @ 4:02pm

Casey Lange got his feet wet in the farming world, and now he’s looking to take on his next big endeavor. “I started farming in northeast Nebraska about three years ago, finally bought some cows, and I…

Make dew By: 09/05/2012 @ 3:33pm

What do tacos and hay have in common? For Utah hay producer Dave Staheli, the two would come together in a way that he could not have predicted.“I had experienced a really dry year putting up hay,” he…

Vermeer's new hay and forage iron By: 08/29/2012 @ 11:25am

Vermeer shows dedication to biomass production with new hay and forage equipment.

All wrapped up By: 03/06/2012 @ 10:19am

Whether you're looking for an implement that can help preserve the quality of your hay or a device that can process hay, silage, and baleage, companies like Vermeer and Kuhn are responding with…

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