Square balers have a fairly self-explanatory function, since they are designed to produce conventional square bales and thus provide an efficient way to store and transport fodder.Read More
Square balers have a fairly self-explanatory function, since they are designed to produce conventional square bales and thus provide an efficient way to store and transport fodder.
A square baler will rely on a number of mechanical systems to allow material to be collected, fed through the machinery and emerge at the other end, compacted and secured with whatever fastenings are compatible with a given unit. Because of the complexity of the components involved, which can include hydraulic circuits, conveyors and other parts, it is crucial to study a second-hand baler closely and ensure that everything is working correctly before you can be confident that it is worth procuring.
Another thing you need to take into account is the type of tractor which is required to pull a specific square baler model, as different sizes of units will require different amounts of horsepower under the bonnet of the piece of machinery to which they will be coupled. Balers which are in excellent overall condition are not hard to find, and if you want to produce larger, denser bales that are easier to transport, then it is a good idea to consider a square baler as your first choice.