Massey Ferguson Square Baler Specs

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The Massey Ferguson range of square balers is divided into small square balers and large square balers. The 2011 range of large square balers is the 2100 series, and the 2011 range of small square balers is the 1800 series. The large balers are part of a Hesston series by Massey Ferguson, and the small balers are useful for squeezing in through narrow gates and entrances.

2150 Large Square Baler

  • The 2150 Large Square Baler creates bales 31.5 inches in width, 34.4 inches in height and up to 108 inches in length. The 2150 creates the smallest bales of the 2100 series. The baler itself is 118 inches in width, 130.3 inches in height and 370 inches in length with the bale chute attached. The pickup lift uses a hydraulic cylinder with a fork-type packer and stuffer with shear bolt protection, which is used by all of the 2100 series balers. The towing tractor should have at least 120 horsepower.

2170 Large Square Baler

  • The 2170 Large Square Baler creates bales 47.2 inches in width, 34.4 inches in height and up to 108 inches in length. The baler itself is 129.1 inches in width, 130.3 inches in height and 370 inches in length with the bale chute attached. The towing tractor should have at least 135 hp.

2190 Large Square Baler

  • The 2190 Large Square Baler creates bales 47.2 inches in width, 50 inches in height and up to 108 inches in length. The baler itself is 129.1 inches in width, 141 inches in height and 370 inches in length with the bale chute attached. The towing tractor should have at least 150 hp.

1835, 1837 and 1839 Small Square Balers

  • The 1800 series of small square balers create a bale between 12 to 52 inches in length. The 1835, 1837 and 1839 balers are 168 inches in length with the bale chute attached and 65 inches in height. The 1839 and 1837 models are 101 inches in width, and the 1835 is smaller at 93 inches. The balers use a crank-type stuffer system with shearbolt protection. The bale-tying mechanism uses a knotter with a four twine ball capacity -- six for the 1839 model. The balers require a tractor of at least 35 hp.

1841 Small Square Baler

  • The 1841 is the largest of the small square baler range. It is 202 inches in length with a bale chute attached, 104 inches in width and 66 inches in height. The stuffer system is a crank-type cam, and the knotter holds six balls of twine. The baler requires a tractor of at least 50 hp.

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