Bale Feeder

Bale Feeder from McIntosh Brothers

By: McIntosh Brothers  19-Jul-2012
Keywords: Bale Feeder

McIntosh Bale Feeders have the strength, quality and performance framers expect from their farm machinery. It’s the simple recipe of listening to customer’s needs; a high quality of build and an emphasis on strength that has made McIntosh the stand out choice for years. McIntosh bale feeders have a deep V construction which constrains the bale and prevents it from falling out until it is fully feed making the machine well suited for steep or rolling country. The McIntosh bale feeder is designed to a standard, it is not designed to be the lightest on the market, as today with larger bales, tractors driving faster and less time for maintenance, the need for additional strength is more important. The bale feeder also includes; 1200lb zinc coated roller chain which is one of the strongest on the market, 8 tooth sprockets, a larger hydraulic motor with a 1 ¼ “ shaft made in the US and twin catches to prevent twisting between the headstock and cradle. This, with fewer moving parts and ease of operation will reduce breakdowns and increase service life to provide trouble free operation for years to come.

Keywords: Bale Feeder

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