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Improve Hay Quality with Fork

HayMaster's Nutrition Injection System injects vitamins, minerals, energy and protein into bales.

This hay fork injects big round bales to improve nutrient quality on the spot.

HayMaster's Nutrition Injection System uses an injector pump and spears to permeate 60- 70% of a bale with several company mixes of vitamins, minerals, energy, and protein.

The operator activates the hydraulic lift and begins transporting bales from storage or the field. At the same time a PTO pump can inject the bale with HayMaster Sweet Roll or Bale Booster by the time the bale arrives at the feeding area.

The HayMaster System fits any three-point hitch and combines the "hay hook" transportation method with the injection of nutrients.

For more information on HayMaster, call (866) 891-5656, or visit www.haymastersystems.com.

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