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farm machine that packs and ties (or wraps in plastic) field-dried hay into bundles, called bales, for convenient handling, storage, and shipping. It ordinarily picks up hay that has been raked into rows (see rake)and packs and ties it into round or rectangular bales
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baler

[′bāl·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine which takes large quantities of raw or finished materials and binds them with rope or metal straps or wires into a large package.
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The mud and hay bales started creating some spread in the race field as the runners entered the 2nd major loop towards the turn 1-2 mud pits.
ARS entomologist David Taylor, for example, is conducting a trial in which he has treated the soil around a hay bale site with a Steinernema nematode that kills stable fly larvae.
In the other, the farmer's middle-aged son was injured when his brother rolled a hay bale down from the top of a stack, not realising that he was standing below.
And after the latest callout on Tuesday to deal with hay bales set on fire, they have appealed to vandals to stop the prank.
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The Company's Agricultural Equipment segment produces hay bale handling and processing equipment, grain handling equipment and all-terrain mowers.
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