WELCOME TO NORTHWEST AG EQUIPMENT
NWAG was born out of the need for a fast and reliable big bale stacker. In 2000, an Oregon straw and hay exporter decided to switch from 2 and 3 tie bales to 3×4 bales, necessitating a move to equipment that could handle the larger bales. Having tried several of the commercially available stackers and finding none that met our needs, the decision was made to build our own stacker. Some of the requirements were speed, reliability, and the ability to withstand tough, demanding field conditions. A rolling rack able to handle large, heavy bales and rough fields was also a priority. After much time and development the Bale Chaser was born, which was fast, tough and efficient.
So you might be asking what makes the Bale Chaser different? We have added 4 arms instead of the traditional 2, which allows more control when bales are inconsistent. Our frames are built from 1/2 inch steel verse the typical 3/8 steel that most competitors use. We pioneered and perfected the large square bale rolling rack. Durability is a priority so we designed the Bale Chaser with a walking beam suspension that reduces wear and all pivot points are designed so that the pins can easily be replaced instead of wearing out your bushings.
INDUSTRY LEADING COST PER BALE
The Bale Chaser was designed to tackle big jobs and long days in the field. It was built to be robust and it will handle thousands of bales with ease. Engineered with the large scale farmer and the custom operator in mind this machine is as easy to operate as it is to maintain. The Bale Chaser is our original high speed big bale stacker that has led the industry since its introduction in 2009.
BUILT BY FARMERS FOR FARMERS
BALE CHASER JR.
The Bale Chaser Jr. is a simple and nimble stacker that has been optimized for a smaller tractor. It is a pleasure to operate and can still keep up with 2 balers in the same field. This stacker is a great option for smaller operations where a larger stacker is unnecessary or in situations where a heavier machine could get stuck or leave deep ruts in soft ground.