Year of manufacture
Bale height (m)
Bale width (m)
Your personal manager
CLAAS QUADRANT 2200 2004 y. № 2307
CLAAS QUADRANT 1150 2008 y. № 2197
Massey Ferguson 187 LBH 2007 y. № 1956
Massey Ferguson 187 2003 y. № 2286
CLAAS Quadrant 1150 2002 y. №2702
Experienced farmers knows: it is not enough to crop a rich harvest, you also need to worry about collecting hay (straw) after harvesting. A long time ago, this work was manual. Hay or straw were collected in sheaves or piles, after this were formed ricks for winter. Main working tools at that time were forks and rakes, and harvesting time was calculated in days and weeks. Today, hard manual labor is replaced by functional and productive machinery. Modern balers perform all necessary work on the preparation of hay for a few seconds, after which you will only have to store the rolls or bales. Balers form pressed blanks, wrapping them with wire or special rope. Collected hay has standard dimensions, which greatly facilitates the process of transportation and storage.
Modern balers are divided into several types depending on the type of packaged material. Basically, machinery forms two types of packaging: roll or bale. Hay packaging is more complicated and requires more consumables (ropes), so balers of this type are more expensive. Roll-type balers have advantage in performance and low cost (maintenance and repair). The cost of the rolls is smaller than the bales. However, bales can be stored with maximum density in space-limited areas. Many modern models are equipped with reliable protection against foreign objects, soil, stones. Electronic counter allows you to control the hay preparation with great accuracy. If you are looking for quality balers, Pack-Trade are ready to provide all necessary services. We will help you find machinery that meets your requirements and expectations. We will save your personal time and money by offering the most suitable variant, the efficiency and performance of which will be at maximum level.