How Does a Hay Baler Work?

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A hay baler is a farm tool used in the gathering and bundling of hay into bales. Many farmers are injured and even killed each year by hay baleers. You can find more information here: www.agrabilityproject.org/assistivetech/tips/hayhandling.cfm
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