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Out of all our engineering accomplishments, Vermeer is still known best in the agriculture industry for its innovative round balers. Though the design has evolved over the years to take advantage of new technologies, the Vermeer rugged and reliable classic round balers are still a top choice for farmers all across the nation.

Big-time operators need a big-time machine to do big-time things. This first of its kind – the ZR5 self-propelled baler makes quick work of any field while offering an unprecedented level of operator comfort and maneuverability.  Automating parts of the baling process, the ZR5 aims to reduce the number of steps an operator must complete to make a bale as well as provide the ability to automatically make real-time adjustments based on field, crop and operator inputs.  Get ready to go big time and let the ZR5 change the way you put up hay.

Vermeer mower conditioners combine productivity, flexibility and convenience into one high-performance package. With features such as the Quick-Clip® Blade Retention system, Quick-Change Shear Ring protection system and durable components, these mower conditioners are equipped to keep operators in the field, even in the toughest mowing conditions.

There’s no trick to achieving faster dry down and tightly rolled bales that preserve quality, shed water and transport easily. All you need are the right tools. It’s a cinch to form the windrows for bales with one of the Vermeer exclusive hay rakes. Vermeer offers more options, so you can find the rake that fits your operation: twin basket rakes, high-capacity crop-driven wheel rakes, rotary rakes and carted rakes. Built rugged to last, all models have feature after feature to help reduce the work of haying.

Vermeer bale processors help you make the best use of your bales with the least amount of labor, and give you the versatility you need to process round bales or large square bales with an optional kit. Each processor quickly unrolls bales into windrows that give all the cattle equal feeding room. As the bales are processed, dust and mold are blown away and the hay is aerated, becoming more palatable for your herd. Reclaim and protect seeding areas by mulching straw and spreading it up to 40′ (12.19 m) away.