Out-Front Hay Accumulator
Reduces labor costs
Makes group of 8 or 10 bales
Works on any terrain
Easy transport, with a 101" length, it's only accumulator...
...that is within the legal hauling width
No moving parts
Requires no maintenance
3 year warranty
Frame: 2x3x1/4" Main, 1.5x3 & 1x3 inside frame supports
Width: 91", Height: 21", Length: 101"
Weight: 450 lbs.
Skid-steer loader quick-hitch

Same quality construction as the accumulator
Comes in 8 or 10 bale sizes
Saves time and labor
Only moving parts are in the hydraulic fork system which secures the bales during transport
Can be used with a steerloader or tractor

Patents Pending

"Out-Front has no moving parts so there is no maintenance or any adjustments", says Len Cagle, owner, Canton, Georgia about his new OUT-FRONT Hay Accumulator. It is designed to mount on front of any skid loader or tractor.

Out-Front Hay Accumulator can handle 8 or 10 square bales of hay. It is made from rectangular tubing, it is open on the front and is divided into four compartments. Out-Front guides each bale of hay into the compartments. If you desire to add two more bales of hay, Out-Front can do it by simply bumping one end of the bale with the accumulator's center divider. This will cause the bale to turn sideways. The Out-Front Hay Accumulator does not destroy the ground while accumulating the bales of hay.

"One easy motion without ever looking back", says Cagle.

Once the Out-Front Hay Accumulator is full, the operator simply starts to unload the stack. To pick the bales up, a quick change to a grapple will allow you to stack the bales on the trailer for transport. Cagle says he also offers a 8-10 bale grapple. The grapple will operate on a skid loader or a tractor's hydraulics.

With a tie stack the two end bales can be alternated from one side to the other to tie the stack together.

"I came up with the idea because I knew there had to be an easier way to accumulate hay without all of the annoyances acquired with other accumulators." Out-Front Hay Accumulator maneuvers on any given terrain.

Cagle says, "another advantage is that this simple design of OUT-FRONT means it is less expensive."