Find the best round baler to match your operation from 12 distinct models in the BR7000 Series. All feature the proven Roll-Belt™ round baling technology that makes dense, uniform bales, year after year. A wide variety of features and capacities are available, with the largest models producing bales up to 2,200 lbs.
A BALER TO MATCH EVERY OPERATION
With 12 models, matching the job to the right baler is easy. The Silage Special BR7060 produces 4x5 bales and the BR7070 makes 4x6 bales that weigh up to 1,800 lbs. in silage and up to 1,200 lbs. in dry hay. Both models are available with the optional Bale-Slice™ system. The BR7060 and BR7070 CropCutter® models cut hay as short as 2.6.
WIDE, EFFECTIVE PICKUPS GET ALL THE CROP
All three New Holland pickup designs are positioned out front where it's easy to monitor windrow feeding. They feed the crop evenly, from one edge to the other, and are extra wide, too-up to an industry-leading 81.5 inches from tine to tine.
ROLL-BELT™ DESIGN BUILDS TOP-CAPACITY BALES
Heavy-duty rolls in the front of the bale chamber and short, tough belts in the back achieve consistent core formation and tight, uniform bales in dry hay, corn stalks or silage. The Roll-Belt design also delivers the highest round baler capacity in the industry.
DIAL IN THE BALE DENSITY
Build consistent, tight, perfectly shaped bales with the sealed, adjustable hydraulic density control system on BR7000 Series round balers. Just turn the density control knob to change the pressure.
FAST BALE WRAPPING WITH FINGERTIP CONTROL
Get consistent, trouble-free tying with any of the New Holland tying and wrapping systems.
- Auto-Wrap™ provides fully automatic tying without the need for special electronics or hydraulic hoses.
- Bale Command Plus™ provides for monitoring all baler functions from the tractor seat.
- The EdgeWrap™ net-wrapping option covers bales faster than twine and helps them hold their shape and resist weathering.
New features make these reliable machines even more durable. Stronger tines on the pickups last longer and improve lifting. Formed ribbed rolls replace dimple rolls in the bale chamber for better bale formation. And twine tube leaf springs are now heat-treated and kept more securely in place by steel rivets.