John Deere's 3955 and 3975 Powr-Mizer pull-type forage harvesters feature an improved electrical system and the exclusive Dura-Drum cutterhead. Its segmented-knife design allows material to move away from the cutterhead more efficiently and produces a high-quality cut while using less horsepower.
The IntelliGuard metal detection system is optional for both models, and a kernel processor is available for the 3975.
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Hesston's Model 3740 rotary rake is built on a heavy-duty frame and has cam-operated tine action that works well on all types of hay. Its 12 individual toothbars can be quickly attached or detached from the rotor arms.
Tandem walking beam axles reduce bouncing and rake height is adjustable. An adjustable, internal rotor cam controls the release point of the rake teeth and the windrow width, making it suitable for dry hay, green forage or silage.
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Krone's KW and KWT rotary tedders come in 22' to 34'5" widths. Each has a wide-angle pto shaft that allows an 80 turning angle, while a double pivot point and double U-joints provide wear resistance.
Hex screws allow the operator to adjust the surface-blasted and hardened tines in three positions. Outer tines are longer than inner tines, making tine ends parallel to improve pickup and spreading.
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New Idea adds five rectangular balers to its equipment lineup. The 7200 Series features true centerline design; chain drives throughout the machine; adjustable pickup flotation; dual gauge wheels; a torque limiting, overrunning clutch; and centering augers that gently gather the crop from the outer ends of the pickup.
Four models make small bales. Models 7205, 7210 and 7215 produce 14 18" bales, while the 7220 has a 16 18" bale chamber. The fifth model the 7233 builds 1,000-lb dry hay or 1,500-lb silage bales. It has an optional accumulator that collects one to five bales between 4'11" and 8' long.
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Miller Pro, St. Nazianz, WI, has introduced the Model 918 Avalanche power merger with a working header width of 9'6". With optional extension conveyors, it works with mowers and swathers up to 18' wide.
It features a self-contained hydraulic system and a swing hitch that allows the operator to trail the merger behind the tractor or 11'6" to the right.
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Reduce wasted hay with the Hay Bank. It's designed to feed square or round bales, silage or ground hay in a cradle that holds the forage at feeding height.
From Hay Bank, Inc., Lynnville, IA, it's sold as a kit or fully assembled unit. The unit completely breaks down for easy shipping. Wood pieces are not included.
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