- 1 What size Kubota for round bales?
- 2 How many bales is a lot for a round baler?
- 3 How much horsepower is needed for a small square baler?
- 4 What equipment do you need to cut and bale hay?
- 5 How many horsepower tractor do you need to run a round baler?
- 6 What is the best round baler for the money?
- 7 What is the fastest round baler?
- 8 What is the smallest round baler?
- 9 What size is a small square bale?
- 10 How many square bales can you get per acre?
- 11 What HP tractor do I need to bale hay?
- 12 What equipment do I need for haying?
- 13 How much does a round bale of hay weigh?
- 14 What is the best small square hay baler?
What size Kubota for round bales?
From my experience (and advice from others) 40hp is the minimum for handling round bales of that size with appropriate counter-weight.
How many bales is a lot for a round baler?
Most round balers can easily get 6 or 7000 bales before breaking even one belt, and most round balers can put through at least 30,000 bales before needing complete belt replacement. Chain life depends on your lube.
How much horsepower is needed for a small square baler?
40 PTO hp is good for most small square balers, 60 PTO hp is good for most small round balers. In either case, you need to be looking at utility size tractors, I wouldn’t trust the drive line of a compact tractor for much baling.
What equipment do you need to cut and bale hay?
A compact tractor is the staple of every operation, but mowers, conditioners, hay rakes, balers, and sometimes hay tedders and bale wrappers are also needed.
How many horsepower tractor do you need to run a round baler?
Round bales are large and heavy, and it takes more of a tractor to put up round bales. You need to research very carefully how big of a tractor you need to drive a round baler. Usually it takes AT LEAST 55 PTO horsepower to run a round baler.
What is the best round baler for the money?
What is the best round baler for your farm?
- John Deere 459 Round Baler.
- John Deere 469 Round Baler.
- John Deere 559 Round Baler.
- John Deere 569 Round Baler.
- John Deere 569 Silage Special Baler.
- John Deere 854 Silage Baler.
- John Deere 569 Premium Round Baler.
- John Deere 469 Premium Round Baler. The next options for Deere round balers are the premium 469 and 569.
What is the fastest round baler?
Last year John Deere announced that one of its new 900-series round balers – the 960 – had romped through a field of straw at a rate of 127 bales/hour, setting, in the process, a new world record.
What is the smallest round baler?
Abbriata makes square balers in 3 sizes. The smallest of the three, the Mini/S, has a total width of only 59 inches, making it the narrowest baler in the compact square baler class.
What size is a small square bale?
For farms and ranches feeding a small amount of livestock, small, squares bales are used because they can be easily carried by hand. The dimension of a small bale held together by three strings is approximately 16” high x 22” wide x 44” long (406.4 mm high x 558.8 mm wide x 1117.6 mm long) and usually weighs 100lbs.
How many square bales can you get per acre?
With an average bale weight of around 40 pounds (with our Abbriata small square baler or any of our mini round balers), that’s 100 bales to the acre for a first cutting.
What HP tractor do I need to bale hay?
Most standard square balers on the market require 35 horsepower at your tractor’s PTO, and a minimum tractor weight of around 3000 pounds. That means that they cannot be run with today’s compact tractors. This can be a problem for small-farm operators who want square bales but don’t want to run a larger tractor.
What equipment do I need for haying?
Equipment. Unless you put up your own hay strictly by hand, you’ll need a fairly hefty tractor, a mower, rake and baler. In some parts of the country, folks using old-style mowers add a tedder or crimper to the mix.
How much does a round bale of hay weigh?
Round bale 48” wide x 60” dia. Hay bales can weigh between 40 lbs and 2,000 lbs. They come in two basic shapes, round and square. Round hay bales are usually quite large and weigh from 600 to 1,200 lbs.
What is the best small square hay baler?
In my opinion the Inlines (hesston, agco, mf, cat) are the best all around machine out there. They are much more consistent, less leaf loss, easier to work on, much more maneuverable, easier to transport and just make a good looking bale.