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Liam from Hustler Equipment’s sprayer department explains how all Hustler Applic8r mounted boom sprayers are quality-tested before they leave the factory and are dispatched to dealers and farmers.
Jordan Cornes explains the features and benefits of the Hustler trailed Unrolla bale feeder that differentiates from other trailed bale feeder brands, making it the most stable trailed bale feeder on the market today.
Lance Paskewitz, a Hustler expert shares the differences between a Hustler Combi multi-feeder and a TMR wagon? Lance answers this question based on three key features, Capacity, Efficiency and Maintenance! These benefits help distinguish the Combi multi-feeder from the traditional TMR mixer wagon.
Nigel Holt, a Hustler expert, explains and answers the key differences between Hustler’s Unrolla LX105 & LM105 bale feeders. The Unrolla LX105 was recommended the best option as its added features, benefits you, saving time, labour and money for your operation.
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Hustler consultant Nigel, shows you the 3 point linkage on the Softhands LM100 and LX200.
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Mike Gibbs answers a commonly asked question and explains why the Unrolla is the best bale feeder option if you are feeding indoors. Unrolla bale feeders can feed out both sides of the machine which saves you more time when feeding out.
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Angus explains what the gutter on Hustler sprayers is used for. The gutter stops chemicals spilling over the edge of the sprayer while protecting you as a farmer/rancher.
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Nigel answers ‘Yes’ to the commonly asked question; Are the nozzles protected on the Applic8r Sprayers? All nozzles on the Applic8r Sprayers are protected from damage. Watch to see why!
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Will I need to cut down the driveshaft of my sprayer? Hustler sprayer expert, Nigel Holt answers this commonly asked question. You do not need to cut the Driveshaft of your sprayer as the offset sprayer pump is pushed back on the Applic8r sprayer.
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Hustler consultant, Jordan Cornes explains and shows how the chains and bars on the Unrolla TX205 is protected. The Hustler trailed Unrolla has a chassis design which prevents damage to chains and feed bars if it touches the ground. Click here to see more about our Unrolla range!
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Listen to Jordan Cornes, a Hustler consultant, answer your question; Can I load and save different implements on the Raven CR7 GPS? Hustlers Raven GPS allows you to set and save many different implements which increases efficiency in your operation.
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Hustler consultant, Jordan Cornes, answers a commonly asked question by customers; How can you save up to 30% of wastage compared to traditional feeding methods? As Jordan explains, when feeding in a narrow windrow with a Unrolla or Chainless bale feeder, the cattle stand perpendicular to the windrow, which reduces the trampling and therefore prevents hay wastage.
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We’re making your decision easier! A Hustler consultant, Angus Hewetson explains the positives and negatives of Hustler’s Chainless and Unrolla bale feeders so you can determine which model is the right fit for you!
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What does Hustler do for quality control on your sprayers? You’ve asked and we’ve answered. Angus Hewetson, a consultant from Hustler, shows you exactly how each sprayer is tested, to ensure the highest quality of product sent from Hustler to customers.
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Once again we’ve answered your question! What is the tire upgrade on Hustler’s trailed machines? Russell Seed, a consultant from Hustler shows and explains the tire size upgrade on Hustlers trailed machines.
You’ve asked and we’ve answered! Hustler consultant Lance Paskewitz, answers a common question asked by customers;How do the spears on a trailed bale feeder, retract without lifting the bale back off?’ As Lance explains, Hustler has designed a tripping mechanism that retracts the spears out of the bale without lifting the bale back off.
We’ve answered your question! So you can feed out your square bales easier, Hustler consultant, Jordan Symington will show you how you can switch from the round bale position to the square bale position on Hustler’s Chainless bale feeders. Watch and learn!
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Customers, sprayer expert Nigel Holt from Hustler, answers your question ‘YES!’ Hustler’s sprayer air induction nozzles can reduce drift by up to 70%.
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A Hustler consultant, Jordan Cornes explains the answer to a commonly asked question; Can you load bales the wrong way on a Hustler Chainless bale feeder? You’ve asked and we’ve answered ‘YES’. Hustlers RND has spent many years to perfect the best design of Hustlers Rotors. The rotor teeth, twin rotor design and the table of the Hustler Chainless bale feeder is designed so you can feed out if you load your bales on the wrong way.
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Listen to consultant Angus Hewetson, answer a commonly asked question; Why is the Hustler Unrolla bale feeder bed, flatter than other brands? Hustler changed to a lower bed on their machines so it can rolls the hay over the side of the machine more efficiently.
Hustler Consultant, Angus Hewetson, answers a commonly asked question; What are the holes in the wiper panel of our Chainless bale feeders? Over Hustler’s 3 years of development, Hustler tested 86 different versions to come up with this wiper panel design. The wiper panel’s role is to clean the hay off the rotor teeth when feeding without the hay binding and the holes in the wiper panel (larger gaps) help relieve the hay off the teeth so there is no jamming.