Penn State study finds New Holland Roll-Belt™ Round Balers lead industry in bale density
“This research affirms the many benefits of denser bales we have discovered through years in the field,” says Curt Hoffman, hay and forage crop packaging and marketing manager for New Holland, North America. “Not only does higher bale density improve feed quality and lower costs, it improves producer ROI through a variety of efficiency gains.”
Higher density equates to up to 39 percent fewer bales, resulting in less twine or net wrap used as well as plastic silage film, reduced labor, and less overall baling and bale-moving time in the field.
“The industry’s highest bale density is the result of New Holland’s specialized technology,” Hoffman says. “With protein as the most expensive feed ingredient for livestock production, we are proud to offer producers a solution that benefits not only their herd, but their bottom line.”
New Holland Agriculture experts and Penn State forage extension specialists will be showcasing this data at the Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Tradeshow, Jan. 30-Feb. 1, in New Orleans.
To learn more about New Holland products and services, visit the New Holland Agriculture website and New Holland Construction website.
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