New Holland Agriculture continues to implement improvements to its roll-belt variable chamber balers with silage feeding, net wrapping system functionality and introduction of Intelliview IV large coloured display.
These improvements to the latest generation of this market-leading baler range continues to raise the bar on performance, efficiency and operator comfort.
New Holland fodder conservation hay and forage product manager Sune Nielsen said the company had been an innovator in the roll-belt baler segment for more than 25 years, "introducing pioneering firsts that have changed the way variable chambers operate today".
More in-field time, increased productivity and continuous day-after-day operation in silage and hay is a focus of the balers.
A new larger diameter roller windguard has been introduced to maximum performance in all crops and allow more compression over the pick-up to deliver a more uniform mat of material into the bale chamber for consistent bale shape.
To further strengthen the feeder drive line, an optional radial pin clutch can be fitted in place of the pick-up shearbolt to increase productivity and reduce downtime.
A consistent and reliable net wrapping system is critical to round balers.
New Holland has tweaked its system over the past few years to make this even better in all conditions; changes to the net delivery and net cutting has seen great improvements to the net wrap consistency and ensures edge-to-edge wrapping.
New Holland's Intelliview IV large colour touchscreen display is now standard on all model year 2020 round balers, giving the operator fingertip control of all baler functions on the go.
The Intelliview IV has been within the New Holland product range for some time now.
Used on all combine harvesters, forage harvesters, large tractors and large square balers, the display has been a reliable and user-friendly interface.