||1000||HAY EQUIPMENT||This unit attaches directly to the baler at two points; the baler's wagon hitch and a stabilizer hitch. These two hitch points keep the accumulator aligned with the bale chamber at all times. This allows the baler/accumu-lator combination to be backed up as a unit.
Towed behind the baler, the accumulator is powered by the tractor's hydraulic system. As the baler pushes the bales onto the accumulator, a pivoting arm automatically lifts two bales at a time and puts them on the bed, while turning them a quarter turn. By turning the bales on edge, hay spoilage and mold is reduced, and the bales will keep their shape better.
When fully loaded with ten bales the bed automatically dumps, and the bales slide off the back in a tight uniform package. There's no need to stop or slow down, the unit does it all. The high dump angle assures that all the bales will slide off evenly, regardless of travel speed. These packages of bales are now ready to be picked up with a fork.
||DB Scraper DB-6||DIRT MOVING EQUIPMENT||The "Dump-Bowl" Scraper gives real earth moving ability to small tractors. Move dirt fast, with agility and efficiency from one location to another, without dragging it over grass or sidewalks. Pulled behind a 35-50hp tractor, this unit can dig ponds and ditches, shape playgrounds and golf courses, or level roads and driveways. It's as much at home in metropolitan developments, as well as on the farm.
The trunnion style hitch and gooseneck frame provide for up to 90 degree turns, with 30 degrees of oscillation, for exceptional agility on rough terrain.
Material can be spread thin or stock piled, with full control of the bowl dump angle and blade height.
The "segmented frost bit" style blade increases penetration in hard soil, while maintaining a flat cut
Narrow over-all width allows for working close to buildings or other obstructions. Large tires give flotation in soft soil.
||Model 100||HAY EQUIPMENT||Accumulated bales are quickly picked up with one of these forks mounted to your loader. These models are also ideal for all-around loading and stacking. Bales can be loaded on your own hay trailers, trucks, or semi-trailers. The 100 series is for 14" x 18" bales, and the 200 series is for 16" x 18" bales. Each series has two lengths available to match your bale size. Bales may be picked up, moved, and stacked as high as your loader will raise, anywhere your tractor will go, and retrieved just as easily. When stacked, the bales will be tighter together and more weather resistant than if stacked by hand.