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Macerator 6620

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New Macerator 6620

 
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The Macerator is a unique machine designed to improve the quality of the green hay bales. The Macerator has a cam pick up to pickup the swath (windrow) to feed it into the rubber rolls to be feed it into a set of steel serrated rolls. The Maceration is done by the steel rolls. The aggressiveness of the maceration is determined by the air pressure settings on the machine. The Macerator is equipped with an air pressure system, which allows the operator to set the pressure on the steel and rubber rolls on the field. The Macerator gently cracks the stem of the crop being macerated. This allows the stems and knots to dry out much faster than conventional crimping. The Macerator has been used in crops like millets, alfalfa, timothy, sorghum, corn, grasses, and more. The Macerator is now being sold in North America, Europe, and Australia. The Macerator continues to give farmers what they need to increase the value of their crop.

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The Matador 7900 is a machine that has been designed to invert (turn) a swath (windrow) 180 degrees and move it a swath width over unto dry ground. The Matador 7900, like no other machine, is capable of turning a heavy swath, smoothly and evenly at a high ground speed. The design of the Matador 7900 allows us to invert a swath very gently with minimal damage to the crop. The Matador 7900 works best in a medium to heavy swath approximately 3 to 4 feet wide. The Matador 7900 is being used in many different crops such as alfalfa, grasses, timothy, millet, corn, and more. All Matador 7900 machines come with a low profile, variable speed hydraulic drive pickup. The Matador 7900 is also known as the machine that is capable to pick up rained on crop out of the re-growth seeing it is not ground driven, and therefore is also often used to pick up rained on cereal crop out of the re-growth allowing it to dry out.

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