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The Maximizer Hay Dryer
Learn How Agri Green Can Improve Your Hay Making Process
Reach Peak Hay Making Performance and Get Higher Quality Output with the Maximizer Hay Dryer!
Transform your hay making game by utilizing the advanced technology of the Maximizer Hay Dryer. Adverse weather can be a part of every hay producers operation.
This dryer is an excellent tool that will dry hay that has been baled at a higher moister due to a short drying window.
With greater leaf retention comes higher yields. The Maximizer Hay Dryer can improve important aspects of hay making, allowing you to propel your business into the future.
Less time in the windrow reduces bleaching which improves hay color.
Baling at higher moisture levels and then drying in the Maximizer can increase leaf retention significantly and protein and RFV numbers will rise.
The AG Maximizer Hay Dryer creates hot air and low humidity along with high pressure to reduce drying cycle time to minutes. Optimal air flow through each bale removes moisture quickly, efficiently and consistently. This action accelerates the sweat process that occurs in all bales and gives peace of mind that it can be safely stored. When the bales come out of the dryer they need to be cooled to ambient temperature before they are put tight into a stack. This process can take up to 4 days to reach ambient temperature again. To decrease the wait time on cooling Agri Green has designed an optional cooling bed that can be used along with the dryer.
To optimize each hay acre, producing the highest quality hay possible, the AG Maximizer is there for you.
Hay Drying Process
1. Park AG Maximizer in field where hay is baled or near where hay will be stored.
2. Bales are fed into the AG Maximizer by tractor/loader.
3. 10-20 minutes dry cycle. Air flow is directed into the hay using 84 spikes in each bale. The spikes are hydraulically lowered, and the fan blows heated air through slots in each spike to evenly dry each bale.
4. After the bale has been in the dryer for the allotted time, the spikes are raised up and new bales are fed in, pushing finished bales down the ramps.
The natural ‘sweat’ that baling creates has been accelerated and bales will cool down to ambient temperature within 24-48 hours.