Dairy Farmers Reduce Inputs with New Holland’s BigBaler

Jamie Johansen

wde-16-110-editedThe New Holland Agriculture BigBaler 340 Plus was on the lot at the 2016 World Dairy Expo for dairy farmers to see how the new model builds on the brand’s leadership in the large square baler market. Seth Doman, Hay & Forage Marketing Segment Leader for New Holland North America, said their customers are lining up to see this machine that was launched at the Farm Progress Show just a few months ago.

“The new BigBaler 340 Plus bristles with unique, best-in-class features that deliver the ultimate baling performance in all crops,” said Seth. “Hay and forage operations, straw contractors, large-scale arable farmers and biomass businesses will appreciate the higher, even more consistent bale density and the productivity of the highest capacity New Holland baler ever. High capacity combined with high bale density means fewer bales per acre, less time to collect the bales and fewer bales to transport — all of which translates into lower costs per bale. The new BigBaler 340 Plus is designed and built for reliability and durability, and the easy serviceability means it will spend even more time in the field delivering its top-notch performance.”

Dairy producers are concerned with reducing cost with a volatile market constantly on their mind. Seth said that farmers want to know how the BigBaler 340 Plus will improve their overall business and input costs associated with it. “Increase in density is important. When you have 10% increase in density in each bale that means each baler that comes out is heavier, less balers to manage or store. Reducing those input costs can really impact the bottom line.”

Listen to my complete interview with Seth here: Interview with Seth Doman, New Holland

View and download photos from the event here: 2016 World Dairy Expo Photo Album

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