Re-Bale offers additional markets for excess straw

A novel rebaling machine that can turn large bales into small ones for specialist markets has been added to Spread-a-Bale’s range.

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The bale-handling specialist says its Re-Bale machine is designed to operate with a tractor and baler, giving farmers and contractors the option of repurposing excess round or large square bales to meet demand from equine and smallholding customers.

It features a conveyor powered by the tractor’s spool valve to feed a loose bale into the waiting baler pick-up at the open end of the Re-Bale.

It can also be used with Spread-a-Bale’s M-range of bale-spreading machines, which can drop material straight onto the conveyor.

Options include a side-loading and discharge frame or HD motors to handle higher-density bales. According to the company, the static system can reprocess up to 100t of straw or hay a day.


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