Roll-Belt Round Balers
READY TO ROLL?
Whether you’re a part-time farmer occasionally baling 20 acres or a custom operator with 20 customers, there’s a New Holland Roll-Belt™ baler to suit your needs. In fact, there are nearly 20 different models for you to choose from. From 4’ X 5’ to 5’ X 6’, uniform, dense bales are produced in every size and crop condition.
Roll-Belt™ 450, 460, 550, and 560 balers possess the newest design enhancements and smartest technology to ensure that they remain in the field. What does that mean for you?
A 20% increase in belt strength, belt driving force, and capacity.
STOP THE SQUAT
From the moment the pickup tines touch the windrow, Roll-Belt balers pick up all of your valuable crop. Curved-tine pickups get all your hay, and feed crop from edge to edge of the bale chamber for easy-to-handle, square-shouldered bales.
BALE LIKE NEVER BEFORE
Numerous options on Roll-Belt round balers are available to provide you with peace of mind and simplify your baling experience. ISOBUS compatibility paired with a 10" color touchscreen IntelliView™ monitor eliminates the need to run multiple wires into the cab of your tractor. Balers with SuperFeed™ and CropCutter® rotary systems now feature a drop floor that can easily be operated from the comfort of your cab.
HIGHER DENSITY+ MORE CAPACITY = REDUCED STORAGE LOSSES
The industry’s densest bales combined with EdgeWrap™ net wrapping yields weather-resistant bales that reduce storage losses. Download the New Holland Bale Wrap App to learn more.
OPEN YOUR HARVEST WINDOW WITH CROPSAVER™
Is your cut hay still a little too wet to bale? No problem! All New Holland Roll-Belt round balers can be equipped with CropSaver hay preservative to effectively bale at moistures up to 30%. That means you can start earlier, work later, and get your hay baled, even when the sun doesn’t shine.
BALE AND WRAP IN ONE PASS WITH THE GOWEIL KOMBI WRAPPER
Combine the productivity of a New Holland Roll-Belt™ round baler with a Goweil bale wrapper and you can bale and wrap simultaneously. Since there’s no need to make a second pass through the field, you save time, manpower and fuel, as well as reduce regrowth time.