Types of used forage harvesters
There are two different types of forage harvesters, or forage chopper: ‘cut and throw’ and ‘cut and blow’. A cut and throw forage harvester relies on the windrow pick up to collect the mowed crop. It’s then the cutter head that chops the forage up before throwing it to the wagon. The cut and blow type is designed as a separate piece of equipment that’s attached to the back or side of the cutting head of the trailer. It collects the crop that the windrower or mower has cut, and blows it into the wagon.
How to sell second-hand forage harvesters
If you own a forage chopper that you’re looking to sell, sign up as a Dealer with Mascus. If you only want to make the one sale, become an End User. By setting up a Dealer membership with us, you’ll receive access to different benefits, including:
- Mascus Reporting Tool – to access reliable data about the performance of your adverts
- Email offer tool – to create professional, branded emails to maintain engagement with your customers
- Inventory management system – Mascus can monitor your stock levels, so that you don’t have to
You will then need to create your advert for your used forage harvester. Include any key selling points and clear images to encourage users to click through and get in touch.
How to buy used foragers for sale
Do you need a forage chopper for forage harvesting? You’ll find plenty of brands, including:
Search on our platform and narrow down your preferences, by brand, location, cost and other variants. Then, you’ll be able to see the second-hand forage harvesters that are currently for sale near you. Get in touch using the form provided once you find the right type of machinery for you.
Not sure where to start? Take a look at the current listings of New Holland forage harvesters.