A long history of roll belt baling from New Holland
New Holland invented modern baling over 70 years ago with the invention of the world’s very first self-tying pick-up
baler in 1940, and an unceasing quest for continual innovation was started. The very first round baler was launched
40 years ago back in back in 1974. Fast forward 15 years to 1989, and the first roll-belt baler was produced, the
Model 630, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Born in New Holland’s ancestral home and Centre of Round Baling Excellence in Pennsylvania, USA, today’s
Roll-Belt balers have been designed and developed in Plock, Poland, in collaboration with New Holland’s Centre
of Harvesting Excellence in Zedelgem, Belgium. An extensive global testing programme, which saw over 125,000
bales produced, means your Roll-Belt baler is sure satisfy your individual needs.
Why? Because it’s been tested in a field very similar to yours.