But cutting up to 54 feet in one pass requires a well-equipped, high-horsepower tractor and it doesn’t come cheap
by MIKE MULHERN
Whether you’re cutting dry hay for baling or wet hay for silage or haylage, there are machines out there that will cut up to 65 acres an hour.
One of the biggest on the market for dry hay is the creation of a Canadian company, PhiBer Manufacturing Inc., of Crystal City, Man. PhiBer builds a tool bar that will manage three New Holland or MacDon mowers for a 54-foot cut.