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Big Bale Separator does its thing.

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Creator T. Whipple Simpson operates Big Bale Separator.

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T. Whipple Simpson, the machines creator,
demonstrates movement of Big Bale Separator

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An over the shoulder view of separating straw.

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Clip of machine running with nothing in it.

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Big Bale Separator unpacks hay for feed
into standard hay baler.

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Pan of the Big Bale Separator setup.

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More Big Bale Separating

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