Tanco 1514 square bale wrapper

powerontheland

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Arable Farmer
Location
Hockley Essex
Make sure the chains on the rollers are f***ing tight or you will break chains. I run mine on the front linkage, so much easier. Can also be used on a telescopic too.
 

JamesOHF

New Member
Good wrapper. We wrap from 80x47 to 120x90 and rounds. Again 40 - 45 bales an hour, not the quickest but very versatile
 

tealdog038

Member
Location
New Zealand
Had a 1400 round bale wrapper, if you can get into the technician menu you can speed them up to your hearts content. Code was either 0000 or 1234 from memory.
 

Grassman

Member
Location
Derbyshire
I run a tanco 1540 square wrapper which is the newer version.
Not a bad wrapper but not as quick as my old kverneland trailed wrapper.
I use it on the front linkage mainly.
Trouble is you lose time dropping off the bale then moving away to the next bale.
I bought mine so I could wrap with the telehandler as well.
 

FarmerAngus

New Member
What size rounds will 1540 wrap? Tanco website say 1.2m max but dealer claims they will wrap 1.35m? Whose right? cheers
 

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Written by Charlotte Cunningham

The NFU is kick starting its #YourHarvest campaign today and this year arable farmers are being asked to reach out to the public and MPs through social media to highlight the importance of a thriving crops sector in Britain. Charlotte Cunningham reports. According to the NFU, growers can get involved by taking a short video to explain what they do and where their produce goes, showing the public how the cereals sector delivers for both food production and the environment. Farmers can also ask their MP to back British arable farming through the development of the Trade and Agriculture Commission, the Agriculture Bill and a fit for purpose Environmental Land...
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