square bale sweep

Looks like they have to already be gathered in groups for it to work?
I have a "home made" loader from parts boots christmas gifts soap and glory from an old sears lawn tractor.
Most of our stocked parts ship within 24 hours (M-Th).We are a company you can trust and have generous return policies.Trade Marks and Trade Names contained and used in this Website are those of others, and are used in this Website in a descriptive sense to refer to the products of others.New for 25 - 35 hp tractors 4 pack grapple and 4 pack accumulator.Long Equipment out of North Carolina, Out Front hay, and another similar one is the Rocky Mountain Bale Sweep.No need to buy two pieces of equipment, Bale Sweep will pick up and load hay by carrying hay up and off the ground. .VHhWxDatdUvY Check this link out, looks simple.The most expensive part were the forged hooks.Don't push or drag good hay across the ground.Hayray :30:48 Re: Bale Accumulator/grapple in reply to dmiller, :59:34 Why not?Modern View dmiller :05:12, anyone on here made their own bale accumulator for behind the baler?Marketplace, community, galleries, research Info, miscellaneous.I built a grapple and accumulator similar to the rocky mountain thing.I've been considering making one of these.
Also wondered if my old loader tractor would be manueverable enough to operate that type of attachment.
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Even if I bought the grapple, making this accumulator would be pretty easy, and I'm no great metal worker.Baskets/wagons/throwers just don't really work for my outfit.Our Farmer :25:49, re: Bale Accumulator/grapple in reply to Our Farmer, :53:02.You can make a nice tight square to lift by first "bumping the accumulated bales together with the grapple side before you pick them up, then the grapple tightens it even more.Products and within the Yesterday's Tractor.4 pack grapple accumulator available No hydraulics to deal with.My ground is hilly too, with lots of turns, and didn't think the pull behind accumulator would work very well.Be ready for next spring; get your complete hay baling package ordered now!Related Sites, implement Alley Discussion Forum, author.I'm in hill country and a stack of hay needs to be able to be strapped down and ride around the hill side.
Gives me 88 bales on a wagon.

That home made accumulator I posted a link to looks cheap to make.
Will work with 14"x18" or 16"x18" bales.
I make 2 stacks 5 layers high on the wagon alternating bale directions, then one across the top, then throw a couple of ratchet straps over just in case.