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GoBob Pipe and Steel introduces the hay handling trailer

GoBob Pipe and Steel Sales is distributing yet another hay handling trailer. This one meets the specific needs of ranchers that own bale beds, or those that handle a lot of older hay or those just looking for a more efficient way to haul their hay.

Load from the side to store bales for side-by-side storage (bale bed accessible) or load from the back for conventional end-to-end windrow storage. The bales convey easily and smoothly on the rollers. No more pushing to make the bales slide on side dump trailers. This means you can use a smaller tractor, burn less fuel and a whole lot less stress on your transmission. Hauls six bales for side-to-side bale bed windrows or up to nine bales for end-to-end windrows.

No need to move your tractor or have a second tractor to unload. The "Hayroll" unloads itself fast and easy. Just disengage the latch and the trailer bed will dump by itself. Get in your pickup and drive away. It does all this without any mechanical devices, jacks or hydraulics.

The "Hayroll" trailer unloads your bales in windrows for fast, easy access by any bale bed. No longer do you have to spin your bales before picking them up with your bale bed. That means you don't even have to get out of your pickup when you're ready to feed. Just back up, squeeze and go.

When unloading, your hay does not "roll." The rollers on the bed of the "Hayroll" trailer do the work. This means it is gentle on the strings, net wrap and the bales themselves. Even old flat-sided bales unload easily without doing further damage to the bales. Most importantly, no more hay is wasted because the ground-side of the bale stays down.

The Hayroll trailer will give you many years of trouble-free service. Constructed primarily of 8 inch 15 pound beam, 7 inch 9.8 pound channel and Schedule 40 pipe, this trailer has almost twice the steel in it than most conventional hay trailers, yet it pulls like a dream.

For more details, pictures and video of this trailer in action go to www.gobobpipe.com or call 1-877-851-2365 and GoBob will send you an informative brochure on this new trailer.

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