TMR Mixers Kuhn North America’s fully redesigned RC 200 Series Reel Commercial mixers offer superior durability and performance, with new options that give them the ability to efficiently handle a wide range of materials. An open-concept Helix Reel option provides faster, more consistent mixing and improved load leveling with any ration; a Heavy-Duty Drive option extends their use life and gives producers the ability to mix the heaviest feedstuffs. The mixers are available in truck, trailer and stationary models, and with capacities ranging from 500 to 950 cu ft. Visit www.kuhnnorthamerica.com.
New Holland’s ProCart deluxe carted wheel rakes are designed for fast, big raking capacity. Individual floating rake wheels and newly optimized raking angles provide clean raking and help form uniform, easy-to-bale windrows. The rake-wheel pressure can be finely adjusted to the crop and field conditions for clean raking and added reliability, since no chains or springs are under tension.
New models include the eight-wheel 819 that works up to 18’ wide, the 10-wheel 1022 that rakes up to 21’ wide and the 12-wheel 1225 with a 24’6” raking width. Operators of the 1022 and 1225 can raise front rake wheels when working in heavy crops or lower them for lighter cuttings.
Worksaver, Inc. has expanded its line of manure/silage/debris forks with new models designed to fit John Deere 200, 300, 400 and 500 series loaders. They pick up manure, matted straw and other loose materials for easy cleanup. All units feature forged cranked tines for increased performance, and select units offer an upper grapple for securing large loads. Widths range from 50 to 72”.
Call 217-324-5973 or visit www.worksaver.com.
The 6010 HST Cab and 6110 Shuttle Cab are new to Mahindra’s 10-series line of tractors. The 59-hp 6010 HST features a hydrostatic transmission with three ranges and infinite speeds, and a 3,314-lb hydraulic lift capacity. The 6110 has Synchro-shuttle with partial Synchromesh transmission, 12 forward and 12 reverse speeds, and a 3,527-lb hydraulic lift capacity.
Standard features on both models include an ergonomic and spacious cab, a flat operator’s platform for comfort, push-button cruise and speed settings, a load-sensing function and AM/FM radio with CD player.
Call 713-964-3620 or visit www.mahindrausa.com.
Round Baler Series
Simply designed and operated by low-horsepower tractors, Krone’s Bellima fixed-chamber balers make hard bales of silage, hay or straw. They feature the camless EasyFlow pickup, which has fewer moving parts for reduced wear and maintenance. Compared to standard pickups, it operates at a 30% higher speed and is noticeably quieter.
The balers use the company’s chain elevator technology, with narrowly spaced slats that reduce friction and power loss. They use no electronics, their bale chambers are fully enclosed and the net and twine rolls are housed in the front.
Call 901-842-6011 or visit www.krone-northamerica.com.
BMR Corn Hybrid
Pioneer hybrid P1376XR is a 113-day brown midrib (BMR) silage corn with Herculex XTRA insect protection plus the Roundup Ready Corn 2 trait and the LibertyLink gene. It combines high digestibility, yields and starch with drought tolerance and strong disease and insect protection.
The first BMR hybrid from Pioneer, a DuPont business, it’s available in limited seed quantities for the 2012 planting season, primarily across the Northeast.
The SW5000 and SW5500 Silage Wrappers help turn high-moisture forages into individually wrapped, high-nutrition silage packages. Vermeer officials say the SW5000 is ideal for mid-sized operations. The SW5500 is built for operations with extensive silage baling needs. Their low-profile design helps minimize punctures or tears in film wrap and bale damage.
The SW5000 features a semi-automatic controller within the tractor cab. The SW5500, fully automatic, has a unique bale discharge system that pivots up to cradle the bale while ground-support bracing helps transfer the load and minimize chassis stress.
From TMR mixers, to wheel rakes, round balers, silage wrappers and silage hybrids, this issue highlights the newest products available.
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