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Re: Straw coming off a TR75 or TR88?

Yes I have done such a thing. It is possible, never tried to bale behind a gleaner. If there is lots of straw and you can go fast it is not bad, they are pretty hard on the straw, oh and you NEED a newer baler we have a RBX 562, or even a NH 664 just has to be able to make a bale with out churning the heck out of it like the old ones used to do. I have friends that bale behind a tr98 and it is not uncommon for them to have to bale at night while it is a little tuff. If it is bone dry all you will find is dust coming out the back! The best rotary I have baled behind is a massey 9690, the full length rotar is pretty gentle, the new cx's are kinda hard on straw too. It is hard to get the grain and not beat the straw. Take of this as you will. Have fun.
 
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Re: Straw coming off a TR75 or TR88?

I'll second Farmboy686 motion that the Massey leaves good straw. We have one and it leaves the best straw we have had in years. And for years we ran a gleaner R. Anything leaves better straw than a gleaner. We thought that our 1680 left hard straw to bale, but the gleaner was way worse.
 

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Re: Straw coming off a TR75 or TR88?

Never had trouble baling behind out TR98 with a NH baler. Might have to wait until its a little tough, but they always worked well. The newer case's are NHs as well.
 
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