John Deere

XtraFilm Stretchfilm

Length:

1800m

John Deere stretchfilm is the best option from harvest to feeding. Get the most from forage crops with longer lasting bales and excellent silage quality.

John Deere Pro 750x1800 Green Stretchfilm

Features & Benefits

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Extra strong

Tear and puncture resistant from start to finish keeping silage in good condition until use.

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Close the loop

All wraps are fully recyclable and produce excellent silage with the minimum plastic possible.

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Airtight

Superb cling creates an airtight seal on every bale.

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UV Protection

XtraFilm contains a strong UV inhibitor to reduce degradation from sunlight, when stored outside.

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Time saving

More bales per roll and fewer changeovers to keep things simple in the field.

Specifications

Width Length Colour Packaging Rolls per pallet
500mm
750mm
1800m
1800m
Black-green
Black-green
Carton
Sleeve
48
40
Width
Length
Colour
Packaging
Rolls per pallet
500mm
750mm
1800m
1800m
Black-green
Black-green
Carton
Sleeve
48
40

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Questions About Stretchfilm?
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Questions About Stretchfilm?
We’ve got the answers

What is the difference between 25-micron and 22-micron thicknesses as far as use by the farmer?

Assuming the ‘mechanical properties’ of the film are good enough, which most top manufacturers are, the main guarantee of good silage concerning the film, is that it seals well, and each application overlaps the last by at least 50%, with the best results coming from the application of at least 6 film layers. The actual difference in thickness of film going onto the bale, after the stretching rollers, is insignificant.

Why are silage bales better than pit or clamp silage?
Why do I get long tales on the bale after baling?
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