Are you an experienced baler driver and telehandler operator, still searching for work this summer? If so, we may well have the opportunity for you.
We're looking to recruit a baler driver immediately to join our hard-working team based near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.
It is essential that you have previous experience operating a tractor and baler, as you will also be operating a Parkland Bale Accumulator whilst baling. Other duties may also include some tele-handler work for loading bales onto trailers or in stacks.
Accommodation is available, if required, for the duration of your contract.
If you wish to apply, please send us a message via our Facebook page. We look forward to hearing from you.
Paddy and Will Reed have unveiled a new design to their unique ProStraw stack sheets, and have been demonstrating the benefits and cost savings of using the system at this year's Royal Norfolk Show.
To find out more about the ProStraw Systems stack sheeting method, and how it can dramatically reduce wet wasted straw thus preserving your valuable stocks, click here.
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Having continually experienced the frustrations and expense of water-wasted straw bales, the father and son team set about designing a unique mechanised sheeting system that would cover straw-stacks safely, and protect their valuable stock from the worst of the wet weather. Their method of application was launched to great acclaim at the ‘Cereals’ industry event in 2016, and so ProStraw Systems was born.
As well as Paddy and Will’s long-time core businesses of Agricultural Contractors and Straw Merchants, they are also the exclusive importers of Parkland Bale Accumulators throughout the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland. This new technology has been designed with controlled traffic farming in mind, and could revolutionise your harvest-time regime saving you both time and money.
Harvest time can demand some long days and many many hours of hard work during the summer. However, by using a Parkland bale accumulator behind your baler, you can maintain controlled traffic on your fields and could clear bales in less than half the time it traditionally takes.
Bury St Edmunds
Office: 01284 810751 Paddy Reed: 07768 353910 Will Reed: 077828 730712 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org