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    Bale handling and wrapping - video

    Bale handling and wrapping. From Pomi, a Danish company specializing almost entirely in bale processing machines. 1:13 video:



    More: https://pomi.dk/en/

    Previously:

    hay bale wrapper GIF
    hay loading machine GIF
    Hauling hay bale - GIF

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    I like that handler 6 large rectangular bales at a time and pyramid stacking feature to boot
    I like these as well


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    Hay baling by means of steam driven traction engine at the 31st Festival Of The Plough in North Lincolnshire.

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    Traveling tractors and balers where a part of life when my Dad grew up in Southern England. Everyone from the surrounding area would set up camp at a farm for the harvest, have a break of a few days when finished then move to the next farm. Machinery operators got paid a fee and a small percentage of the crop. Hauling was done with Horse and Oxen. He said a lot of Gypsies used to follow the machines so there was a real carnival atmosphere and all those small jobs that the Gypsies were good at got done as well.


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