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Preliminary evaluation of steel-roller round baler for woody biomass balingAuthor(s): B. J. Stokes; D. L. Sirois; S. L. Woodfin
Source: In: Proceedings of the 9th Annual Meeting of the Southern Forest Biomass Workshop; 1987 June 8-11; Biloxi, MS. Mississippi State, MS: Department of Forestry; 167-174.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA round hay baler with little modification was used to bale small-diameter, crushed trees. The trees had been crushed using a series of compression rollers. Bale cores had to be developed by hand before the baler became self-feeding. Windrowed material was packed off the ground by the baler system after a core had been developed.
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CitationStokes, B. J.; Sirois, D. L.; Woodfin, S. L. 1987. Preliminary evaluation of steel-roller round baler for woody biomass baling. In: Proceedings of the 9th Annual Meeting of the Southern Forest Biomass Workshop; 1987 June 8-11; Biloxi, MS. Mississippi State, MS: Department of Forestry; 167-174.
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