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    Default And now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!

    Hey all,

    This past summer, I helped a friend that owns about 88 acres of ground. 65 acres is woods on a bluff. Of the remaining ground, he has 10ish acres of hay. He also bales road ditches where he can. Instead of buying either older equipment or paying through the nose on all new equipment, he went with European walk-behind machines. Check out the pics.

    And now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!-0518121837a-jpgAnd now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!-0518121943a-jpgAnd now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!-0518121933a-jpg
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    Default Re: And now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!

    How long has he had that?
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    Default Re: And now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!

    Can you post a Link? Are they still manufactured?
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    Default Re: And now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!

    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    How long has he had that?

    It's a BCS 853 Diesel running a Caeb Baler. The first pic shows me running a Molon hay rake/tedder in front of a BCS 852 gasoline. He's had it about 5 years now. I posted a long thread about this when I went up to help him last summer. Had I noticed the haying forum before today, I'd have done the same here. Here's a link to my discussion last summer -

    http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/2...ml#post3013673
    BCS 850 w/ Kohler Diesel, BCS 735 w/ Acme diesel, Agrizeta tracks, 30" tiller, Berta double rotary plow, Berta 33" 2 stage snow blower, 18 inch combined ridger, Caravaggi BIO90 chipper, Bellon 32"rough cut mower, Caravaggi stump grinder, BCS 59" duplex mower, Pallidino 20" flail mower, Ravenna trailer, trencher, 2 way plow, ridger,

    John Deere B, 60, 4430 open station, 4430 SGB, 4840, 317 skid steer, and all the implements to work 'em

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    Default Re: And now, for something totally different - walking behind the baler!

    Reminds me of one year that we cut our hay with a sickle bar off of an old Ariens Tiller, then piled it up loose and covered it with a tarp.

    We never did that again.

    I like the mini round bales.

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