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Biggest round baler

Has anyone heard anything much of the new 9x9 round baler that Vogel engineering made? Thoughts?

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I saw a picture, I’m not really sure what the advantage would be.

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That would be inefficient for hauling or sale, that would be only 6 bales max to a semi trailer.
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Saw a video on facebook just now. It is huge. Someone will have to design a new bale shredder, feedmixer, wrapper, ect ect, just for its bales. And a serious loader.

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If Vermeer can't sell a 7x6 or 7x7 how can they sell a 9x9?(or at least in NA)

sounds like a pain at every point like said before
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Someone have a link? I can't find any info on it.
9 feet would be a pain to bale on a 5 foot wide swath. Never ending swerving and on a 12 foot discbine I think you would be running over swaths beside you when trying to fill the edges up
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dunno if it will work...

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NH had a chain baler some time in the 80s similar in size. I don't remember how tall it made but width was I think 8ft. Had a hydraulic hitch that you weaved the baler kinda like a haybine tong. I know a few big ranches in the Montana and Wyoming county side that had these. From what the guys I know that had them or tried them it was ether you loved it or hated it. But the idea that a bale grinder wont handle the size, whats the bale good for. Maybe a d*m big vertical feed wagon. The guys that had the NHs, all owed payloaders, and only payloaders. So that should be the first clue. Ever with a grab tech grapple, you could handle that 9x9. Have to be a spear only. Hauling would suck unless you could got 2 wide, I can see the advantage. Less bales to move out in the field. But I think I'll stick with a 5x6
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Link is good.
Does someone know who they're marketing that to? Im confused.

Imagine trying rotary straw with it.
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Maybe to the cotton farmers (cotton bales)? I guess those cotton bales are crazy heavy.
I forgot swath width issues for the pickup width. Definitely would be driving on that swath.
I donít see that going very far.
The only development that makes sense as far as round balers is continuous baling technology.

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