John Deere introduces two new mower conditioners
Jeremy Unruh, marketing manager at John Deere Ottumwa Works, says the two new mower conditioners meet the mowing needs of hay and livestock producers and provide more efficient mowing performance in the field“Available in 16-foot and 18-foot cutting widths, the new M160A and M180A Mower Conditioners provide the widest conditioning rolls on the market today for machines of this typeIn addition, the forming shields can be easily adjusted to create windrows from 36 to 100 inches in width.”
Both the M160A and M180A models have enclosed oil-bath gearboxes for the double-knife sickle cutterbar for reliable hay-cutting performanceIt also gives a low cutting height, which maximizes the amount of hay cut while leaving a clean, even field profile.
In addition, the center-mounted pivot hitch and drive system allows for a shorter turn radius and the convenience of left- or right-side operationFor improved crop conditioning and faster dry down with less field loss, the new mo-co models have steel roll conditioning systems.
The M160A and M180A can be matched with 125 horsepower or higher tractors for optimal harvesting performance
“These two models complement the full line of John Deere hay and forage products that include disk mowers, rotary mo-cos, self-propelled machines, and balers” Unruh says“With 16- and 18-foot cutting widths and fast operating speeds, depending on the type and density of crop, operators can cut, condition and windrow large hay fields quickly and easily to put up high-quality hay and forage.”
For more information on the new M160A and M180A Mower-Conditioners, as well as the complete line of John Deere hay and forage products, visit your local John Deere dealer or visit www.JohnDeere.com.
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