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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