McHale C470 Trailed Silage Feeder and Straw Blower

The McHale C470 Trailed Silage Feeder and Straw Blower has a higher capacity to carry and blow or feed out two 5ft round bales of hay, straw, silage or haylage.
The extra capacity of the C470 allows farmers to increase their output when bedding or feeding, especially if they may be using the machine on another farm which is some distance away from the main farm. The McHale C470 is available with an optional linkage drawbar which allows the machine greater access to tight sheds with narrow entrances.

HOURS: 800
CONDITION: Very Good
WARRANTY: No
COLOUR: Green
PRICE £POA
AVAILABILITY: IN STOCK
STOCK NUMBER: 00001400

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FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS

  • 4.65m³ • Loading Volume • 2.2m • Conveyor length • 2 x 1.5m /5ft • Round Bales.
  • Twin Speed Gearbox – A key feature on the C4 range is its twin speed independent gearbox, which allows the operator to easily adjust from 280 rpm for feeding silage or hay up to 540 rpm for using the machine to distribute straw for bedding.
  • Feeding – The McHale C4 range of machines are ideal machines for feeding silage and hay, the twin speed gearbox allows silage and hay to be distributed exactly where it is desired. The speed of the conveyor is proportionally controlled allowing the operator to adjust feeding speed depending on the material density and composition.
  • Bedding – The McHale C4 range of machines can be used to distribute bedding material quickly and efficiently leaving a thick aerated bed of straw. In difficult to access bedding areas, the chute on the McHale C4 range can pass through 300 degrees for ease of bedding. Straw can be blown up to 18m.
Standard Features

Standard Features – Twin Speed Gearbox for Different Crops
300° 3 Stage Feed Chute Joystick Chute Control • External Loading Controls • Independent Rotor Drive with Hydraulic Activation • Clever Machine Body Design
All machines in the McHale C4 range also have the ability to handle various size square bales as well as clamp silage

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