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  1. Hay DR

    Biden bribing GA voters in broad daylight

    Proverbs 21:1 "The Kings heart is in the hand of the LORD, as the rivers of water: He turneth it whithersoever He wills." The outcome may have not been what we wished but the LORD is still in charge! James 5:16 Confess your Faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed...
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    Hubby's spending money again..... new baler!

    My name is Mark Carter and I am an owner of CCM. I work for the customer. Ex-Cel belts are sectional laminated, an old process used 30 years ago. Every North American MFG requires a continuous laminated belt from lacing to lacing. Goodyear, Legg, WCCO and Prairie belting are continuous laminated...
  3. Hay DR

    Hubby's spending money again..... new baler!

    EXCEL Belting does NOT sell belting made in the USA. ASK for Legg & GoodYear baler belting that come with a full factory warranty. These companies are the OEM manufacturers for JD, Vermeer, Hesston, and New Holland. Below you see a USA MFG belt with Alligator lacing.
  4. Hay DR


    What model baler?
  5. Hay DR

    Hubby's spending money again..... new baler!

    Someone is hosing you on the price of belts. We see a set of belts for a 605 XL for US$1,195 delivered to any where in the lower 48 States. http://www.ccmachinery.com/baler%20belts.htm . Something is set wrong or bent on that baler. A set of belts should last 30,000 bales even baling corn...
  6. Hay DR

    vermeer balers

    Any Vermeer baler from the Super I balers on will bale haylage. The most popular bale size to make haylage is a 4'x4' bale. The bales at 60% moisture can weigh 2000+ Lbs so anything any larger is harder to handle. Hay Equipment Headquarters
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    Glad I did not over seed hay fields with Rye grass.

    Why not wrap the Rye for Haylage and sell it in you 500-600 LBS calves at the tune of $1.10-1.40 per LB. McHale bale wrappers