New advanced MF round balers

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Massey Ferguson, has announced a new line up of high quality, advanced technology MF Round Balers to its fast expanding green and gold harvesting range.

With a superb, consistent bale shape, superior design and high quality engineering, the new MF RB Series round balers further strengthen Massey Ferguson’s fast-growing fleet of efficient and dependable equipment.

Five models provide a wide choice of fixed- and variable chamber balers to exactly match the requirements of all users, including smaller stock farms, larger mixed grass and arable enterprises through to professional contractors.

The MF RB range will be recognised for its strength and reliability, with patented and unique features that will set the benchmark for producing consistent, superior hay, silage and straw bales.

“The MF RB Series joins the recently introduced mower, rakes and tedders, which quickly proved popular,” says Adam Sherriff, Market Development Manager, Massey Ferguson Harvesting, EME. “Customers are now able to buy a well-proven, quality baler from their local Massey Ferguson Dealer with the confidence of knowing they will receive superb service and back-up.

“The addition of these balers enables Massey Ferguson to expand its world-class range of hay and forage equipment, as well as provide arable operators with the industry’s most respected variable chamber round baler,” he adds.

Constructed from the highest quality components, the straightforward design combines ease of operation and dependable performance with low maintenance.

All are built to the very high standards and benefit from many unique features including the high speed camless pick-up, Hydroflexcontrol anti-block system, Constant Pressure System, Xtracut cutter and Varionet wrapping.

Both fixed and round balers are fitted with a positive, mechanical tailgate lock that ensures uniform bale diameter and high density, while reducing power consumption.

The MF RB Series is also available with a range of options including air brakes, wider pick-ups and larger tyres.

 

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