hay elevator input

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JbarL

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inviting info on new/used hay elevators.....after returning from "home"...and preparing for next year, my absent owner status has left a void in my contributions with  my local friends/business associates/ in the hay management/purchase/barter/ and produciton areas  :'(.  any info good/bad reguarding avalable units/ gas electric/ new/used/fixed lenght vs adjustable length ect. would be greatly appreciated.  thanks  jbarl
 

cowz

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http://www.loyal-roth.com/Bale_Handling.html

www.equipmentlocator.com/asp/browse/con/4/loc/na-en/industry/ag/type/239 - 21k -

http://www.sweettractors.com/new_equip_pg1.html



 

OH Breeder

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I have a PTO driven and use to have a motor driven. I would go back to Motor for sure. The PTO driving is a pain.
 

cowz

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J Bar L,
Those hay elevators that are engine driven are virtually indestructabe.....unless they fall off a semi, haha.

You might be able to find one in a farm sale this winter.  They are very simple to hook up to a gas Briggs & Stratton style engine with a small belt.  What state are you in, I will keep my eyes open for one.  We are still using the elevator portion that is from the WWII era.
 

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