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bale

1. a package of wool in a wool pack weighing 150-250 lb depending largely on whether it is greasy or scoured.
2. a compressed bundle of hay, either about 100 lb tied with wire or twine, or large, round, untied bales, as big as a small hay stack and referred to as 'big bales'.
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Kverneland Unveils Variable Chamber Balers Range II-31
The rule of thumb is, if you're producing 150 to 200 tons of baleable scrap per month, you can pretty well justify a baler," says Spry.
By 1934 they had enough money to buy their first baler, a Powell Baling Press.
Frederick Waite, Chief Executive Officer of BACE commented, "We developed the new baler as a direct result of our clients' needs and our desire to continue expanding BACE into new and emerging markets.
HALKYN publican Steve Marquis has thrown his weight behind a planned re-union of former Jones Balers workers, customers and enthusiasts.
Chairman of the Board, said, "The M&W round hay baler line is one of the most respected brands in the industry and we are extremely pleased to add this line to the Art's Way family.
Following the success of the recycling initiatives at Heathlands Farm, Hall Hunter is now planning to introduce balers across all of its production sites.
has announced it has signed a letter of intent to invest in an equity position with IPS Balers Inc.
The Friedman system features a drum feeder, Lubo screens and a Bollegraaf HBC 110 baler.