Big Square Balers
Two Taarup big square balers have been introduced by Kverneland Group, Syracuse, NY. The 6570BB makes 31"-wide bales; bale height is adjustable from 27 to 31". The 6690BB makes 47"-wide bales ranging in height from 31 to 35". Both models make bales up to 9.8' long.
The balers feature a wide pickup with adjustable height and flotation, a pre-chamber design for better material flow and an Autoform control monitor that makes machine adjustments fast and easy. Both are available with a knife cutting system.
Circle 101 on reply card, call 819-477-2055, or visit freeproductinfo.net/hfg.
Big Rotary Cutter
The 42'-wide Schulte FX742, from Schulte Industries, Englefeld, Saskatchewan, is said to be the largest rotary cutter in the world. It's available with stump jumpers for pasture maintenance or with the company's fixed knife and baffle technology for mulching crop residue. The cutter's 10-gauge domed deck adds strength and durability while reducing debris and water buildup on top of the deck. Its five-plex design allows for a 118" transport width.
The Bobcat S100 skid-steer loader features a spacious cab, easy-to-read instrument panel and a transversely mounted engine in a frame small enough to work in tight job sites. It has a 1,000-lb rated operating capacity, a four-cylinder, 33.5-hp diesel engine and a lift height of 8'6". Its width is 50" with bucket; its operating weight is 4,110 lbs.
Bobcat offers more than 35 attachments for the loader.
Rotary Disc Mower
MacDon's R80 rotary disc mower features a high-capacity, high-efficiency bent axis pump and motor offering faster cutting speeds, even under tough conditions. The robust hydraulic drive system also provides overload protection for header components, reducing the likelihood of work interruptions.
The R80 is available with a 13' cutting width, and in 13' and 16' cutting widths as a header for MacDon's new M Series self-propelled windrowers.
FMC's Mustang is the first pyrethroid insecticide to be federally registered for insect control in pasture and range grasses. It has a zero-day post-harvest interval, allowing producers to manage herds more easily through rotational grazing.
It's labeled for control of both true and fall armyworms and grasshoppers in mixed and solid grass pastures, as well as in several other crops, including alfalfa.