Buhler Industries will be introducing its Buhler Inland line of round balers and bale carriers to most of the hay and forage regions of the USA during 2004.
Originally established in the 1940’s as a Winnipeg based manufacturer of a broad range of farm equipment, Inland was purchased by Buhler in early 2001, who re-focused the business on the research, development and production of hay and forage equipment.
Buhler Inland has two models of fixed chamber, soft-core balers to turn out 5’ x 5’ or 5’ x 6’ bales. Under engineering refinement since the mid 90’s, these balers are regarded by Buhler engineers as the best value for hay and forage producers who are not making silage. The company says its fixed chamber design can be manufactured more easily, sold more economically and operated with greater simplicity than alternative models.
The Buhler Inland bale carriers consist of double and single row round bale units, as well as a double row square bale carrier. One feature common to all is that bales are pushed back on a graphite-coated beam, which prevents the bale damage created by the chain contact inherent with competitor’s machines.
"We believe the hay and forage market is looking for baling and handling equipment that is both economical to buy and simple to use," says Buhler Marketing Vice President Larry Schroeder. "We are offering a combination of proven designs and value pricing that will make this line very popular in the years ahead."
Buhler Industries is a 70-year-old Canadian farm equipment manufacturer that sells its products in North America under the brand names: Farm King, Allied, Inland, Genesis and Versatile.
Phone: 1-800-263-4645 or (204) 667-7854
Trading symbol: BUI