Deere Protects Big Round Bales On Farm With B-Wrap

Patented farm material works like regular baler net but provides weather-resistant barrier for hay bales.

Published on: Dec 7, 2012

John Deere's new B-Wrap baling material works like regular baling net, but provides a weather-resistant barrier to protect hay quality for outdoor hay storage.

The new wrap resists rain and snow and helps protect bales from ground moisture. Plus B-Wrap has microscopic pores that allow water vapor within the bale to escape.

B-Wrap comes in rolls like net wrap and works in Deere's 7, 8, and most 9 Series Round Balers equipped for applying net wrap. The only change in equipment involves a small B-Wrap kit installed by a dealer. Once in the field, changing between net and B-Wrap takes less than five minutes.

Users in tests have reported B-Wrap helped keep storage losses near 2% to 3% as compared with around 15% with net.

B-wrap from John Deere provides an alternative to barn storage for large round bales and helps protect the quality of the forage as well.
B-wrap from John Deere provides an alternative to barn storage for large round bales and helps protect the quality of the forage as well.

For more information, visit www.johndeere.com.

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