John Deere B-Wrap™
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B-Wrap™ The Alternative to Indoor Storage

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Inside, there are many ways to preserve hay quality. Outside, there’s only one. John Deere B-Wrap™ - The Alternative to Indoor Storage. John Deere B-Wrap. It’s one of the best wraps for your best quality hay. It protects your valuable hay crop from rain, snow, and helps to reduce ground moisture. You get barn-quality hay without the barn. Use B-Wrap to preserve your best second or third crop, the hay you need to carry through winter, or the hay you plan to sell. (B-Wrap is also great for preserving straw and other crop residues.) B-Wrap works with most John Deere 7 Series balers and all 8...

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Compatible Baler Models: John Deere 7 Series Round Balers 457 / 457SS John Deere 8 Series Round Balers 458 / 458SS John Deere 9 Series Round Balers 459 / 459SS With a simple B-Wrap kit, most newer John Deere balers can apply B-Wrap. . You can switch your baler between netwrap and B-Wrap in less than five minutes.

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How B-Wrap™ Protects Bales B-Wrap protects your hay (and straw and crop residue) almost like it was stored indoors. The secret is a patented material that features Tama SCM Technology. Tama SCM Technology does two things. First, it sheds water, keeping rain, snow, and ground moisture from damaging hay quality. Second, Tama SCM Technology has microscopic pores that let water vapor, inside the bale, escape. 2 The microscopic pores are crucial to preserving hay quality. In the past, farmers have covered bales with water-proof plastic, only to find mold had formed on the outside of the bale...

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How B-Wrap™ Works in Your Baler You operate your baler just as you would if using Netwrap. When a bale reaches the maximum size programmed into the monitor, the operator stops forward travel and the wrapping begins. The first length of B-Wrap is made up of one revolution of John Deere CoverEdge™ Netwrap. John Deere CoverEdge goes right over the edge of the bale, pulling in loose crop material, and giving the bale a more solid, weather-resistant shape. The next length of B-Wrap includes the patented material with Tama SCM technology (described on the opposite page). One full revolution...

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Frequently Asked Questions Q. Doesn’t netwrap do a good job protecting hay quality? A. Netwrap does protect hay inside the bale. But bales stored outside lose quality on the outer couple inches of the bale, as well as from ground moisture wicking up into the bale. On a 6-foot diameter bale, the outer 2-inches makes up 11 percent of the bale’s dry matter. Research shows that netwrapped bales properly stored on the ground through the winter can lose between 5 and 20 percent of dry matter. B-Wrap can prevent most of these losses. Q: What does my baler need in order to use B-Wrap? A: Most John...

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Here’s what hay growers say about B-Wrap™ “Our cattle will go and eat hay from a B-Wrap bale before they eat a net-wrapped bale, even though the hay came from the same field, baled the same day. And for bales covered in snow or ice, the B-Wrap comes off so much easier than net”. Darron Schoen, dairy farmer, Freistatt, Missouri “After a year stored outside, you open up a B-Wrap bale and it’s just like the day we baled it. At the hay auction there was a lot of interest, and our B-Wrap bales were the highest-priced hay sold that day”. Mark McGrory, hay and grain farmer, Victor, Iowa “On the...

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B-Wrap™ – it’s for more than just hay. John Deere Netwrap Products Only John Deere Netwrap is validated by factory engineers to work perfectly with John Deere Round Balers. For trouble-free baling, and better protected bales, go with John Deere Netwrap, available only at your John Deere dealer. “We are starting to use more straw in our dairy ration. By using B-Wrap instead of net we dramatically cut our storage losses. We probably went from a 15 percent loss with net down to a 2 or 3 percent loss with B-Wrap. Even after a winter outside, with B-Wrap we have such nice and clean straw, just...

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