Drew Hendrickson
United States
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My baling tip is for a tight, evenly formed round bale every time. I start the bale on one side of the chamber, counting to ten as I bale, I then move to the center of the chamber for 5 seconds (depending on how tight the windrows are formed this can be adjusted accordingly), and then moving to the other side of the chamber for another 10 count, repeating this process until your desired bale size is met. I have been custom round baling for going on 13 years now and have used this concept since day one because I didn’t wanna rely on my monitor to give me that high quality, dense, and perfectly formed bale that not only my customers expected, but gave the net wrap it’s best chance at doing what it was designed to do, and that is to protect the bale from all weather conditions, and reduce spoilage.