An International Hay Baler?


| August 2009


I rescued this hay baler (at left) from a fence row recently in northeastern Arkansas. I wish to acquire some history and literature so I can restore it. Someone suggested it might be an International. The only markings I found were numbers stamped in the gears and flywheel. Any help would be appreciated.

I’ve subscribed to Farm Collector for a number of years and really enjoy the magazine and all of the articles.

Dwight Brown
Wynne, Ark.
(870) 238-3066
e-mail: DLbrown52@sbcglobal.net

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