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|Tom M||I've heard that AC made a hay baler that's smaller than the typical baler. I only have 7 acres so I need something small. Anyone have info on what they're called and where I can find one?
|Rob||I ran a small A.C. Baler I belive that it was called a roto baler. However I think they quit making that baler around 1970 When the big balers started becoming popular.
You might find one at an auction or a fence row
|jim baird|| i have 5 roto-balers, 2 which were functioning when parked-3 for parts.--if you're referring to a square baler, New Holland made a model 65 that was smaller and made a smaller bale.
|Brandon Abbott||Im looking for info. on a allis-chalmers 444 square baler. Need to know where to get parts if they you can still even get parts for this baler.