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    Default New Holland 634 Round Baler opinions

    Does anyone have an opinion or history of usage of a NH 634 Round Baler? I found one at a local dealer that took it in on trade for a UTV. The guy just quit making hay. I have not seen it in person, but the pictures look very clean and it appears to be in good condition. The dealer is asking $6,000, which seems to be a pretty good price compared to what I found on-line.

    I do know that this isn't one of the top of the line balers. I'll only be doing about 20 acres a year so I'm ok with that. I just don't want to buy a nightmare if I can avoid it.
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    Default Re: New Holland 634 Round Baler opinions

    Should be OK for that level of use. A 634 is a light duty low production level baler and that is what you can use.
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