As with all McHale machines, the V6 variable chamber round baler range has been designed with the demands of today’s farmer in and contractor in mind.
This common sense approach to design, ensures that V640 variable chamber round balers operation is kept simple and user friendly. Features like, the three belt variable bale chamber with double drive and the drop floor unblocking system, when combined with high specification components, ensures long life, reliability and a variable chamber round baler that is rugged enough to handle the toughest of crops and ground conditions.Download Product PDF
Built to last and developed and tested on some of the worlds most rugged terrain, the McHale product range is known worldwide for its durability, reliability, innovation and value for money.
McHale recognise that there is constant pressure on businesses to reduce costs. As with all McHale machines the V6 Variable Chamber Range has been designed with the demands of today’s farmers and contractors in mind.
“McHale is a stronger and better built machine over competing brands, that I had used in the past. I am very impressed by the speed and intake of the machine and the 5 tine bar pick-up’s capacity to take in the swath and clean the ground. McHale provide a heavy duty high density. I discovered that it was the fast, high output baler that I needed.”
“McHale designed machines are very well built and solid. McHale machines are built to last. The McHale V660 provides the ideal bale quality with good solid bales and I have the flexibility to vary the bale size and core density when baling different crops.”
“I’ve done over 15,000 bales and never had any problems. I am very happy with it. It makes good solid bales in all types of crop and in the various sizes I need. I can see in the build quality there is a lot left in the baler yet but I’m confident I will get a good resale value on it the day I do decide to change so for now my investment is a good one.”
“We liked the heavy duty build quality and look of the V6. It also produces well shaped bales compared to other balers we ran in the past. The secondary drive roller is also a big advantage and really helps get through a heavy crop, particularly when baling wet short silage, producing a well-shaped bale.”
“We’ve had many different makes of balers in the past but none manage the heavy swath like a McHale. The bale density is excellent, the V660 will take anything in and pack it into a uniform bale with an easy to use netting system, as balers go it is a pleasure to drive.”
In 2009, McHale launched its variable chamber V660 baler. For a company that had long promoted the virtues of a fixed chamber roller baler, this was a bold but ultimately successful move, with V660 and subsequent V series selling strongly. Here we look at the ‘chopper’ V660 and its direct successor, the V6750.