REDneck WHITE trash BLUE collar: Mine says this bale is not supported On the Ursus baler
Ckc dillpickle:+FsModding the bale wrapper from this video is the same one in Farming simulator 2015
Nick Delbuono: can i cut corn the bail the straw then i wrap them then use for silage at bio gas? sorry im new to farmsim
mclarenrob2: @Kraft Farms, well in real life you wrap bales to turn grass into silage but i dont know if it works in game.
mclarenrob2: There should be more bales , in real life there would be one every few metres not 3 in a whole field.
Jan De vries: I use a modded baler i can wrap then ...
atakan alay: I have a tıtanıum but I can't wrapp please help me
Mehmed Zilić: link for smal baler ?
Kraft Farms: What's the while point of wrapping bales? Does it do anything to the bale except cover it in a colored plastic wrap?
Ola Svensson: i can't do it
Niko27: l'era ura!!!!
lemonpillow720: How can you fly
bonifas96: Wich controls are using de frontloader to open and close the Bale Gripper?
mynameisray: I think it has to be a grass bale. I was just farming wheat and was trying to wrap the bales that I made from the straw but wasn't able to. Seeing that these guys were able to do it with grass and the description FSModding gave about wrapping being used to ferment hay into silage leads me to think it only works on grass (hay) bales. Sort of odd that they wouldn't write this in this description in game.
FsModding: Country life you can find this in the downloads on our website, just go to downloads then fsmodding category.
Mattias Mangus: Whats the name of this map?
Darek Franiak: Nasze Polskie Ursus!!!
FsModding: wrapping the hay bale in fs2013, ferments the bale an changes it from hay to silage when added to mix feeder, alternatively you can sell wrapped bales for a much higher price than none wrapped bales.
Conner Wright: what does wrapping do?
M̷ʏ̷ ̷ɴ̷ᴀ̷ᴍ̷ᴇ̷ ̷ɪ̷s̷ J̷ᴏ̷ʏ̷ᴄ̷ᴇ̷: Wawt, I bought dis wrapper.. But it screams that my 1.2m round hay bale is not supported...
Farming Simulator 2013 Ursus Pack, Wrapping Bales5
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