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Wheat-Belt Industries’ Tonutti Hay Rakes

September 24th, 2008

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Company: Wheat-Belt Industries

Wheat-Belt Industries carries a line, both finger wheel hay rakes and cyclone type, from Tonutti Farm Machinery Industry. Tonutti manufactures a line of hay handling equipment that includes a tractor rakes that fit a number of circumstances. Wheat-Belt also stocks other items in this line of haying equipment including a supply of hay rake parts, as well as having hay rakes for sale. The Three Point Hitch Hay Rakes P Series have two finger wheels assembled to each rake arm. All Tonutti three point hitch hay rakes P series have standard parts that are interchangeable (wheels, head, arms and tines). The in line series pull type rakes 3GW standard series has been designed to work in all raking conditions including that of small quantity crops forming a consistent windrow and reducing the baler’s runs on the field. Its working width permits accuracy and high speed while maintaining the superior handling abilities of the Tonutti finger wheel rakes. The 3GW standard series pull type rake performs particularly well in short crops raking wide swaths at a higher speed.

 

 

 

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