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Rugged solution for handling and dispensing silage on livestock farms.

TO counter the unpredictable grass season, more farmers appear to have made round bales this year, according to machinery dealers Emyr Evans.

As a result the Anglesey outfit has noticed an upsurge in interest in feeding machinery.

One of its biggest sellers is the Blaney Agri Forager X10 bale unroller, which allows cab drivers to feed optimum amounts of fresh silage to livestock without the need for manual forking. Volumes can be controlled via an adjustable output, ensuring less waste.

Manufactured in Co Antrim, the Forager X10 was re-engineered and re-launched last winter.

As well as being more rugged, it has more powerful hydraulics to work with heavier bales.

Triple feed-out spikes, a new bale chamber and unique side rollers have been incorporated to deal with more difficult bales.

Gwynedd Evans, of Emyr Evans, said: "We look forward to showing customers how this unique bale unroller can make life easier."

A loader/telehandler version, the Forager X10L, has also been upgraded. This enables bales to be stacked high and silage to be fed along passageways and into feeders.

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Nov 24, 2016
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