See A Self-Propelled Mixer-Wagon At Big Iron

 

 

FB_IMG_1472831873051Mike Haugen of Haugen Sales with stores in North Dakota at Wyndmere and Mandan, tells me he’s anxious to be bringing a new kind of machine to his exhibit at Big Iron this year.

The SPSL30T is a self-propelled mixer-wagon made by the Supreme International with headquarters at Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Canada. It’s big advantage is that it combines the advantages of three machines. “You don’t have to have a payloader, or loader-tractor,” Haugen says. The operator drives to a hay bale and the machine lifts it up and into a mixer. “Users can load their commodities with

The machine debuted in February 2016 and will be in the area of booths 204, 205, and 206. Haugen says he can arrange on-farm demonstrations.  The price tag is about $280,000. “That’s a little money, but you don’t need the tractor or pay loader,” Haugen says.

Equipment like this is what makes Big Iron such a popular draw at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds in West Fargo, N.D. If you love agriculture, you never get tired of it.