An innovative step in bale handling

An innovative step in bale handling

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Regional Victorian company Kerfab is no stranger to innovation, and their latest product is one of the most innovative in the bale handling space.

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The Bale King has 14 tines which are curved and clamp the bales to hold them securely.

The Bale King has 14 tines which are curved and clamp the bales to hold them securely.

Regional Victorian company Kerfab is no stranger to innovation, and their latest product is one of the most innovative in the bale handling space.

According to a Kerfab representative, the Bale King is the ultimate bale handler for efficiently moving and stacking multiple bales.

The attachment can hold up to four bales at a time and can hold both round and square bales.

The Bale King is versatile and can stack bales in the field, barn or on the back of a truck.

It comes with a bottom tine bar similar to an ordinary bale fork - where it differs from an ordinary bale fork is the 14 tines that rise vertically from the bottom tine bar.

These 14 tines are curved and clamp the bales to hold them securely.

With the 14 curved and three straight tines made from Hardox Steel, the Bale King has been designed with durability in mind.

The bottom tine bar can be folded for road transport.

The attachment can be tilted horizontally to easily pick up bales from the ground.

It can then stack up to four bales at a time either vertically or horizontally.

This makes it an ideal attachment for telehandlers as it can utilise the machine's reach.

This attachment comes from Kerfab's partners, Albutt, an attachment manufacturer in the UK.

It's one of a number of Albutt products that Kerfab supplies.

"We've only heard great things about Albutt's range from our customers," Kerfab marketing manager, Ryan Hoban said.

"We figured there was no point trying to reinvent the wheel when one of our partners has already produced such an excellent product."

We have only heard great things about Albutts range from our customers. We figured there was no point trying to reinvent the wheel when one of our partners has already produced such an excellent product. - Kerfab marketing manager Ryan Hoban.

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