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    Default Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    I have been looking at the Jinma Compact Round Baler (870 i think). Has anyone out there bought one? Used one? Seen One?

    As part of a Co-op of small farmers, we find square baled hay easier to Handle but our biggest tractor is a 35 hp. It tends to strain our tractors. This little round baler looks interesting...but need more info

    TJ

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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    Hmm..I'd love to see a pic of one / read about it/... I've been thinking of doing some hobby hay... but high equipment prices have kept me 'just thinking' about it..

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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    China Best Products - tractor implements

    If this link works here they are.

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    Neat.. thanks for the link.

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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    Hey.. those make bales -JUST- like old Allis Chalmers roto-bailers.. quite neat..

    What's the price on them? Anyone here a dealer? Are the mini round bailers any more robust than the square b's.. or ??

    Soundguy

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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    This is all I can find

    MRB0850 roll baler(25-50hp) $6200
    MRB0870 roll baler(35-50hp) $6600

    There is also mention of a $350 port charge and it comes "Steel Crated". I have heard so horror stories about crated tractor deliveries. I was hoping that a dealer had decided to try this line and had some on the yard somewhere. My one contact with a dealer in MS has resulted in no answer so far...

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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    i have posted a link to a dealer that imports these before, but it was deleted. so if anyone wants his link just pm me

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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    Before I would buy such a toybaler, I would take a look for an older roundbaler, which makes bales from around 3 ft. This one should fit to a 35hp tractor..
    The size of the bales in the link is not more then small squares and they are not that easy to store.
    So, why no small square baler??

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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    We are running an old MF3 square baler and after a recent breakdown we decided to look at the other options. ALL of our equipment is old stuff and sometimes finding parts is a bear!

    We really don't have room for big round bales, and they waste so much! We were thinking these small rolls (supposedly weigh about like a square bale) would be easier to handle and would fit in our square bale barns.

    We were hoping someone had tried on of these...apparently not as we have not heard a peep out of anyone.


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    Default Re: Anyone try the Jinma Round Baler?

    I have seen these used and they work well. AGRIQUIP.com :: Star

    Buck

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