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A full suite of comprehensive hay and forage solutions are now available for any size operation with the addition of seven new products in Kubota’s hay tools line up – all backed by two- and three-year standard limited warranties, and now available at select dealerships just in time for the 2021 season.
New to the line are several products in the Kubota Disc Mower Conditioners Series (DMC), including additions to the DMC6300 Series with the DMC6332 and the DMC6336TVARIO, and the DMC8000 Series with the DMC8036 and the DMC8532.
“The Disc Mower expansion is an exciting one for us,” said Justin Fuhrman, Kubota product manager for hay implements. “To start, we expanded the DMC Series’ range from 9.5 feet to 13 feet and now offer both side and center-pivot models. The DMC8532 is a new 10.5 center-pivot mower conditioner that rounds out a segment of the market Kubota hasn’t been in to-date. We’re thrilled to bring this solution to our dealers and our customers, all backed by a three-year standard limited warranty on DM and DMC Cutterbar and Gearboxes.”
Other new products include the Kubota Rake (RA) line with the new RA1047T, the Kubota BV Baler Series with the new BV5160R, and the Kubota Wrapper line (WR) with the new WR1600C, high-capacity, high-speed wrapper.
“With the BV5160R, we have expanded our 5160 range to meet the increasing demand for our customers who are looking for a premium ISO, high-capacity silage and dry hay baler,” said Fuhrman. “The BV5160R doesn’t need a chopping system so it allows for higher capacity capable of handling high moisture silage as well as dry crop.”
Bottom line, Fuhrman says, Kubota continues to over-deliver on its promise to offer durable, quality-built equipment with hay tool implement warranties as proof of Kubota’s confidence in its products and its commitment to dealers. “In turn, we’re giving added peace of mind to our hay and forage customers,” Fuhrman added.