Simple Tool Speeds Bale Feeding

Simple Tool Speeds Bale Feeding

Worksaver RW Spin Off hay equipment offers economical way to feed big bales.

Large round hay bales are a great farm labor saver, they're also "fun" to handle and use for livestock feeding. The RW Spin Off tool offers an economical way to transport, and feed, those big bales.

There are three models in the line, and each can rotate in either direction for easy feeding. That way you can unroll a large round bale giving livestock easier access to the feed, and reducing bale waste. And by moving the bales around for feeding you can reduce manure build-up in feeding areas.

SHORT WORK OF BIG BALES: This spinning spear allows you to pick up, move and feed large round bales.

Three models are available the FSO-906 works with Category II and III 3-point hitches. The FLSO-907 works with front loaders. And the SSSO-908 works with skid-steer loaders. All models are hydraulically driven for easier operator control and they can be run from the tractor or skid-steer cab. For more information call (217) 324-5973 or visit www.worksaver.com/product/spinoff.html.

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