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Hay Rake RK320

A hay rake is a farming tool used to collect and arrange hay into rows, or windrows, for later collection. It usually consists of a long handle or frame with a series of tines or teeth that can be pulled behind a tractor or horse. The tines or teeth are designed to gather the hay from the ground and arrange it into rows, making it easier to pick up and transport. Hay rakes come in different designs and sizes, depending on the needs of the farmer and the size of the field.

Hay rakes are vital to the haymaking process as they significantly enhance efficiency and productivity. By effectively gathering the hay into windrows, they facilitate easier baling, drying, and storage, thus minimizing crop loss and ensuring higher-quality fodder for livestock.


Specification of Hay Rake RK320

Model

RK320


Working width(cm)

320


Transporting size(cm)

360*320*260


Working size(cm)

360*360*135


Weight(kg)

450

Number of Rake

27

Working speed(km/h)

4~8


Horspower(kw/ps)

25~58 / 35~80


PTO speed(r/min)

540

Spread/Teddern

 Yes


The Benefits of Using Hay Rakes

Increased Efficiency

Hay rakes significantly improve the efficiency of the haymaking process by gathering and arranging the hay into neat windrows, minimizing manual labor requirements, and reducing the time needed for subsequent operations.


Enhanced Hay Quality

By properly aligning and organizing the cut hay, hay rakes contribute to higher-quality hay. Well-formed windrows facilitate better airflow during drying, resulting in improved nutritional content and reduced spoilage.


Reduced Labor Requirements

The use of hay rakes reduces the manual effort required for gathering and arranging hay, resulting in reduced labor requirements. This allows farmers to allocate their resources more efficiently and potentially save costs.


Minimized Crop Loss

Properly raked hay reduces crop loss by minimizing ground contact and preventing soil contamination. This ensures that a higher proportion of the harvested hay remains clean and suitable for animal consumption.


Factors to Consider When Choosing a Hay Rake

To select the most suitable hay rake for your needs, consider the following factors:


Field Size and Terrain

The size and topography of your field play a crucial role in determining the appropriate hay rake. Larger fields may benefit from wider rakes or side-delivery models, while smaller or uneven fields may require more maneuverable wheel rakes.


Hay Production Volume

The amount of hay you intend to harvest influences the rake's capacity and efficiency. Higher hay production volumes may require larger or more advanced hay rakes to handle the workload effectively.


Cost and Budget

Consider your budget and the long-term investment value when selecting a hay rake. Evaluate the initial purchase cost, maintenance requirements, and potential savings in labor or crop loss.


Maintenance and Durability

Check the maintenance needs and durability of the hay rake models you are considering. Opt for reliable brands that offer good customer support and readily available spare parts.


Efficiency and Time Savings

Evaluate the efficiency features of different hay rake models. Look for features such as adjustable tine height, easy adjustment of working width, and compatibility with other agricultural machinery to optimize your haymaking process.


Video of How Hay Rake RK320 Work



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