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You might think getting hay dry in the arid West wouldn’t be a problem, but with afternoon thundershowers, it is often difficult. Finally, producers have an alternative to drying windrows to 12 percent moisture for baling. Instead, they can bale at 20 percent moisture with the assistance of a portable bale dryer.

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Double baler

Two farmer-generated equipment inventions are rolling into hay fields, which may change the way you put up hay.

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The Shelby Super Snake Mustang travels at 250 mph. That car, with an 850-horsepower engine, sits on Rod St. Clair’s office showroom floor and is indicative of his very attitude toward life.

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In order to get large amounts of forage harvested in a timely manner, forage mergers are the answer. A forage merger can be a very valuable asset to have on a farm. They move quickly across the field, gently picking up and moving the crop via a belt, where it is deposited gently into a windrow.

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Remember “back in the day” how we thought seatbelt use would never catch on? How we never dreamed we could receive $300 fines for non-seatbelt compliance?

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Seems like there is always a project or 12 around the farm that requires removal of soil a round, pointed shovel just isn’t up to – or (maybe more accurately) your back isn’t up to.

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