John Deere




John Deere’s most advanced netwrap. It provides unrivalled protection and strength, securing over the edge of the bale without compromising simplicity in the field.

John Deere CoverEdge 3800m

Features & Benefits



Makes the strongest possible bale to protect crops for longer.


Weather protection

Covered edges reduce water penetration into the bale.


Covers more

15% more of the bale surface is covered compared to other netwraps.


Guaranteed 3800m roll length

Bale more with fewer changeovers.



Roll packaging is made of recycled materials.


Zebra ® System

Striped pattern shows which way to load the roll for fast changeovers and the bale unwrap direction when it is time to use the crop.



Makes better looking bales.



Produces high-quality silage bales when wrapped with stretch film because the bale surface is smooth, eliminating air pockets in the bale.


Guaranteed length

Not a plus/minus average.


Support in the field

We help to solve any problems you encounter when using CoverEdge™.. Our experts are available to provide technical support whenever you need it.


Bale+™ Technology

A unique combination of advanced raw material with a special manufacturing process for:
  • Length: Maximum bale net roll length (50% longer than standard 3000m roll)
  • Weight: Ideal net weight with no compromise on strength 
  • Consistency: Uniform consistency for hassle-free operation
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CoverEdge™ Technology

Elastic edge threads snap into place to secure the bale over the edge, producing a more secure bale with better protection against damage.
  • Elimination of ’shoulders’ means better shaped bales and fewer handling losses.
  • Improved weather protection and resistance to moisture presentation.
  • Easier and more consistent handling and storage.
  • Better silage production thanks to the elimination of air pockets inside the bale.


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John Parton

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Our main income stream is feed, and seasonal products have to have no problems. We need in-house training and we need products that will do the job for the farmer without any hassle. Tama gives us that.
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Why Netwrap?

Round baling with Netwrap is the most convenient and least expensive way of wrapping your bale. Wrapping with Netwrap reduces costs by being faster than using twine and offers much better protection to the crop than twine ever could.
The main points include:

  • Less wear and tear on the baler
    Fewer revolutions of the bale are needed when net wrapping, dramatically reducing wear and tear on the baler.
  • Greater speed of operation
    Netwrap needs fewer revolutions, reducing the wrapping time and allowing up to 15-20 more bales per hour.
  • Better coverage on the bale
    Net wrapped bales maintain a more uniform shape, making transporting and handling easier, particularly important when wrapping silage bales on an automatic bale wrapper. Bale coverage from edge to edge is also essential when silage wrapping, eliminating air from the bale to ensure better quality forage.
  • Better weathering capability
    Net wrapped bales offer much better weathering capability, allowing outdoor storage and reducing loss from crop wastage.
  • Easier to remove
    Opening a net wrapped bale is a simple and straight-forward operation. The use of net eliminates the difficult and tiresome task of removing baler twine, especially in frosty conditions, and is also less likely to be picked up by livestock or machinery.
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