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Hay Equipment

Me and Dad have two items for sale.

JD 346 Square Baler

Good baler, was used last year as a back up, Dad broke down and bought a brand new one so no need for it anymore.


Vicon KM321 Disc cutter/conditioner

Cuts 10' 6" at a pass, great cutter and conditioner, just not for really, really, thick Bermuda :shrug:

We have had one recurring problem with this cutter, the plastic crimp rollers keep cracking and breaking off. We have enough replacement pieces to replace the ones that are missing now. Did I mention that it is not the best for really, really, really thick Bermuda?? For normal grasses or alfalfa this is a really good cutter.


Delivery is available on any of these units for a fee, they have to be broken down to fit on a trailer.

Both pieces of equioment are located in Greenville, MS zip 38701

PM me for any details.
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What year are these pieces of equipment??

Aaron - 2004 F350 "Offroad Edition"

2003 F250 "Pulling Truck"
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I believe the baler is a late 70's and the cutter is a late 80's or early 90's. We bought both used so I really could not tell you more specific than that. I will try and find out and get back to you on it.
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