The new SW5500 bale wrapper from Vermeer features a pickup system, a large turntable and pre-stretched film supply and a bale discharge system to put the bale on the ground ready for storage.
In addition, Vermeer is offering an SW5000 that is a "semi-automatic" version of the 5500, and the SW2500 which is designed for more "static" bale-wrapping operations.
The trio of machines were made to help forage producers turn high-moisture bales into individually-wrapped high-nutrition packages of palatable high-protein forages. The ability to bale higher-moisture forage gives growers more flexibility to pick the "right maturity" for their needs.
For more information on Vermeere's new bale wrappers, visit www.vermeer.com.
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