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  1. D

    First baler on a serious budget. Whats good whats not?

    I'm shopping for a baler, don't have a lot of baling to do and will likely upgrade in a few years but to start with I need something under £5k that's a good machine. Don't mind a bit of work to get it right but a machine that's reliable and simple would be good. Bear in mind that although I have...
  2. Ollie7530

    Alternative methods of joining bale twine together (Baler Twine Spools)

    I have been having issues with the reef knot catching on the knotter causing stoppages and downtime. I am just wondering what issues operators have had and any alternative methods of joining the spools of twine together, rather than using a traditional reef knot. Any help would be appreciated...
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