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Large Round Bales: Management

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Title: Large Round Bales: Management
Author: Hires, William George, 1930-
Keywords: moisture percentage
windrow
reducing losses
Date: 1991-04
Publisher: University of Missouri Extension
Abstract: The large round bale, as used in forage production, is a highly mechanized, labor-efficient system for harvesting and handling your forage. The large round bale system is basically a one-man operation. Large round bales will weigh 500 to 3,000 pounds with dimensions varying with the baler manufacturer and model. Usually the bales are 5 to 7 feet long and 5 to 7 feet in diameter. Bale weight depends not only on dimensions but also on the type and quality of hay baled.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/7796
Other Identifiers: G1955

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