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Bur­der Ag At­tach­ments launched the An­der­son RBM PRO 2000 at this year’s Henty Ma­chin­ery Field Days.

An­der­son’s self-load­ing wrapped silage bale mover is among the prod­ucts on of­fer through Bur­der, pro­vid­ing what the man­u­fac­turer says is a so­lu­tion to the prob­lem of be­ing able to pick up, carry and un­load wrapped bales di­rectly from the field, in a timely and cost ef­fec­tive man­ner.

Bur­der, a Wan­garatta-based agri­cul­tural man­u­fac­turer and dis­trib­u­tor, has re­cently been ap­pointed the sole dis­trib­u­tor of An­der­son prod­ucts in Aus­tralia.

“The RBM 2000 pro is in­no­va­tive, re­li­able, and very easy to use; the ma­chine is sim­ply per­fect for both farm­ers and farm con­trac­tors,” Bur­der CEO Adam Fendyk says.

The An­der­son RBM PRO 2000 can be used by one per­son. One op­er­a­tor can load non-stop, and can carry and un­load wrapped or net­ted bales with­out the use of a sec­ond trac­tor, loader, or op­er­a­tor. Bur­der says it can move al­most twice as many bales per hour than any other tra­di­tional flat-plat­form sys­tem or sin­gle-bale grab­bing sys­tem. Unique to the RBM

PRO 2000 is its plas­tic care load­ing arm, which pre­vents wrap dam­age dur­ing all stages of load­ing, trans­port­ing, and un­load­ing.

“The RBM PRO 2000 re­duces time spent in the field, which re­duces labour costs, man­power, and soil com­paction, as well as low­er­ing fuel con­sump­tion. All re­sult­ing in the safest, low­est­cost bale re­trieval in the Aus­tralian mar­ket­place,” Fendyk adds.

Pric­ing for the RBM PRO 2000 starts at $99,990 and is avail­able through lo­cal deal­ers.

The An­der­son RBM PRO 2000 can be used by one per­son

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