New Holland replaced its BR6090 round baler with a new Roll-Bar 125, designed for farmers looking for a simple and efficient machine.
There are two versions available: the Rotor Feeder which uses worm screws and a W-shaped intake rotor to which a hydraulic reverse shuttle with free-stroke clutch can be added to facilitate unclogging of blockages, and the Rotor Cutter with up to ‘with 15 knives installed.
Both are fitted with a pair of rollers and two sets of chains and slats to form bales of 1.25m in diameter.
Newer models have stronger drive chains with chrome and hardened links, as well as sealed bearings to keep dust and debris from working inside.
Other design changes have improved access to service points for maintenance, shock absorbers have been installed between the main frame and the tailgate to make it easier to close the door, and there is space to store rollers of spare net in the side opening panel.
The front lights have also been repositioned to accommodate the new hardware.