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TamaTwine+ takes tangles out of baling

Disaster lurks where baling is attempted without proper twine for the task. On the other hand, reliable twine underpins successful baling operations. One Gloucestershire farmer/contractor, Brian Brazington, knows all too well that choosing the right bale twine cuts down-time, speeds up outputs, and avoids damaged or deformed bales, with[...]

By Specialist Writer|6th September 2021|Categories: Articles, Stock and game farming|Tags: |

The operation and application of medium and big square balers Part 1: Bale sizes, designs and component functions

by GJ Stoltz (Reg Eng Tech) This month we start with our series on balers with an in-depth look at square balers and their benefits for feed production. Stationary balers were well-designed and popular with farmers many years ago. By the 1930s, a few companies had converted stationary balers[...]

By Specialist Writer|19th July 2021|Categories: Articles, Mechanisation|Tags: |

EFT: Providing twine for tidily tied bales

by Jonathan Coleclough The crucial role twine plays in the baling process is often underestimated. It is the keystone that supports all the work done up to the point where the bale leaves the chamber. All the necessary handling, stacking, and transporting that comes after that, can only happen[...]

TamaTwine+ takes tangles out of baling

Disaster lurks where baling is attempted without proper twine for the task. On the other hand, reliable twine underpins successful baling operations. One Gloucestershire farmer/contractor, Brian Brazington, knows all too well that choosing the right bale twine cuts down-time, speeds up outputs, and avoids damaged or deformed bales, with[...]

By Specialist Writer|24th June 2021|Categories: Articles|Tags: , , |
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