At the National Ploughing Championships in 2010, McHale launched the first machine in its straw blower and bale feeder range, the C460. This machine has been very well accepted in the market. As a direct result of its success McHale have had requests from users for a linkage machine and a machine which could handle two five foot bales.
Over the last decade McHale has firmly established itself as the top producer of integrated baler wrappers in Europe. The McHale Fusion has become the machine of choice for contractors and farmers all over the world.
Over the last decade McHale has become a market leader in the New Zealand baler market.
Last week the last three machines for this year left the McHale factory on their journey to
New Zealand. These machines were loaded on a new Scania Limited Edition truck recently
purchased by T. Alun Jones and started the first part of their 18,934km journey to the South
Island of New Zealand.
Jane Carley of Farmers Guardian recently reviewed the McHale C460 Bale Feeder and Straw Blower with Peak Park Farm ahead of Lamma 2014 which took place last month. Feeding and bedding cattle in a safe and efficient manner is a priority for beef farmers and the McHale C460 bale shredder fits the bill for one Derbyshire enterprise.
McHale Film on Film -
McHale have developed the concept of film on film. This is a system whereby the traditional method of placing net wrap or twine is now replaced with plastic being applied to the bale in the chamber prior to the bale being transferred to the wrapper.