Film wrap rather than netwrap

WHF

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South west
What round balers can put on film wrap as well as netwrap, some talk of a nh br750 being able to and newer combi wrapper balers. Wanting to put a layer of wrap over straw to be left in the field and fed to cattle on stubble turnips. Tia
 

Hedge back

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What round balers can put on film wrap as well as netwrap, some talk of a nh br750 being able to and newer combi wrapper balers. Wanting to put a layer of wrap over straw to be left in the field and fed to cattle on stubble turnips. Tia
Just put 4 wraps of net on as crows will peck film and bales will be sh!t when opened
 
What round balers can put on film wrap as well as netwrap, some talk of a nh br750 being able to and newer combi wrapper balers. Wanting to put a layer of wrap over straw to be left in the field and fed to cattle on stubble turnips. Tia
You can on The f5600 mchale not sure if you can on a f5400 or f5500
 

Galcam

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I don’t think NRF film as what McHale Baler’s use would be durable enough. It’s just designed to hold the bale together while its been transferred from chamber to wrapping table. Kuhn use regular plastic not NRF to hold the bale together so it may be better suited to your task.
 

FIL46

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Aberdeenshire
I would just stick with net got some done in plastic this year and I would say there is more waste as the water that got in could not get out and the bottom of the bale is black , just go with a few more wraps of net and that will do the same job but let the bale breath.
 

WHF

New Member
Location
South west
I would just stick with net got some done in plastic this year and I would say there is more waste as the water that got in could not get out and the bottom of the bale is black , just go with a few more wraps of net and that will do the same job but let the bale breath.
A couple extra turns of wrap and the water wouldn't of got it though....??
 
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What round balers can put on film wrap as well as netwrap, some talk of a nh br750 being able to and newer combi wrapper balers. Wanting to put a layer of wrap over straw to be left in the field and fed to cattle on stubble turnips. Tia
got the Kuhn combi
It put same plastic on front as the back
Between that and 3D wrapping absolutely no waste whatsoever, would never go back to net neither would customers
 

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VÃderstad presents the new Marathon 15/25 point for heavy clay duty



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The 15/25 is a further specialization addition to the Marathon 25/35 introduced in 2018.

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