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Make Hay Quickly with Windrow Pro

Overhead wheel rake is designed for large operations.

Pequea's new Windrow Pro outperforms traditional mergers to allow hay producers to rake as soon as conditions allow for even, consistent windrows.

The Windrow Pro 1820HD is an overhead wheel rake designed for large operations and contractors with a maximum working width of 29 feet. The machine's frame can be adjusted hydraulically in or out to create the right size windrow.

HIGH-WHEEL RAKE: Pequea's new 1820HD high-wheel rake offers large operators a flexible, fast-moving

machine to take advantage of weather breaks to make custom-sized windrows even in the heaviest crops.

The 1820HD's 17 heavy-duty, 52-inch wheels float independently with springs to follow the ground contour and handle heavy crops, particularly with Pequea's Quick-Pitch wheel angle control. The wheels are equipped with 18 rubber-mounted double tines to move hay easily without picking up rocks.

The 1820HD folds to just over 12 feet for transport and features standard running lights, turn signals and rear working lights.

For more information on the 1820HD call (866) 684-0393, or visit www.pequea.com.

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