Introducing Vermeer™ Net And Rebel™ Net From Vermeer Corporation

Vermeer™ Net, available for 4’ and 5’ balers, and Rebel™ net, is designed for Vermeer Rebel® Series Balers.

Today, Vermeer Corporation introduces the newest partner in its forage product line with Vermeer brand netwrap – Vermeer™ Net, available for 4’ and 5’ balers, and Rebel™ net, designed for Vermeer Rebel® Series Balers. Featuring superior net strength for ultimate bale protection, Vermeer brand netwrap is produced in a unique green, black and white color scheme for easy identification of the Vermeer quality.

“Vermeer balers are one of the toughest in their class, and we are excited to offer a Vermeer brand netwrap that matches that durability,” says Joe Michaels, Vermeer Director of Forage Solutions. “Vermeer strives to help producers make the best looking bale in the least amount of time, and the strength and reliability of Vermeer brand netwrap offers another valuable tool in making that possible.”

Vermeer brand netwrap is produced with heavy-duty HDPE for a stronger tape than standard netwrap, and both Vermeer Net and Rebel Net offer optimum net spread to cover square shouldered bales with little net stretch, improving bale appearance.

“In addition to enhancing the bale quality, Vermeer Net and Rebel Net offer convenient features to help producers improve efficiency,” says Russell Beyer, Vermeer Project Lead. “Handgrips on the Vermeer Net packaging provide for easier handling, and the smaller roll length and weight of the Rebel Net makes loading and unloading easier.”

Vermeer Net is offered in a variety of lengths and is suitable for most round balers in today’s marketplace.  Visit your local Vermeer dealer for more details.

About Vermeer Corporation
Vermeer manufactures a complete line of hay tools including round balers, mowers, mower/conditioners, rakes, tedders, bale processors and silage wrappers plus biomass harvesting equipment used for renewable energy and reclamation; and a wide assortment of industrial products for tree, construction, environmental and underground utility service work.

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