Be that as it may, with a sticker price of $51,100, it would have been ideal to see an autoloading capability from this mod.
In any case, it’s an extraordinary device for blowing huge volumes of straw any place you want it.
In the event that you anticipate bringing animals up in Farm Simulator 19, you’ll require a method for taking care of them and give straw as bedding material.
One tomfoolery and simple technique is to utilize straw blowers.
The base game has a couple of choices, however there are a few extraordinary mods that can enhance those decisions.
Furthermore, straw blowers can come in all shapes and sizes, from little ones that you can connect to telehandlers, to bigger ones that should be pulled and controlled by a work vehicle. What’s more, a tad of everything inbetween as well.
8. Kuhn Primor 3570
As an essential straw blower, the Primor 3570 can deal with each bunch in turn.
However, it includes a back entryway that can be opened with the press of a button to make stacking bundles simpler.
Sadly, you can’t turn the line. So the straw just smothers the right side. Assuming you’re utilizing this you’ll want to prepare for that.
Furthermore, there are no customization choices here by the same token.
Yet, since it just requires a 70hp work vehicle to work, and it has a reasonable cost of $19,000, this mod is an extraordinary choice for little to medium measured ranches.
7. Kuhn PRIMOR 2060S
This Pimor is another straightforward straw blower that merits some consideration.
The 2060S is basically the same as the 3570, despite the fact that it is somewhat more costly at $22,100.
One recognizable distinction here is that the 2060S has no wheels like the 3570 does, meaning you might wish to join a stabilizer to the front of your farm trucks while utilizing it.
One more decent change from the 3570, which makes the expansion in cost worth the effort, is that the release pipe on this model can be physically turned to the opposite side of the blower, permitting you to control which side you believe the straw should release on.
6. Emily Sigma
Here’s one that is a piece distinction since it’s intended to join to a telehandler.
In the same way as other straw blowers, this one can undoubtedly mulch both round and square bunches. So you’re great regardless of anything.
It likewise includes a rotatable release pipe and a physically foldable entryway that goes about as an incline to make stacking bunches more straightforward.
Also the Emily Sigma has two foldable bars that secure the parcels, ensuring they won’t drop out of the blower during transport. Might we at some point make this any simpler?
With a typical cost of just $22,000, this blower makes a pleasant expansion for homesteads of essentially any size.
5. Robert Hydropail 2 GT EVO
Here is one more straw blower intended to connect to telehandlers. So this mod is similar to the past one on our rundown, simply an alternate plan and style (and cost).
At just $14,900, this mod is less expensive than the Emily Sigma, and it has a different autoloading variant that you can buy – as well as the ordinary physically stacked form.
The two forms have two different measured expansions you can choose from, however the manual variant likewise has a third choice:
A physically collapsing entryway, similar as on the Emily Sigma, which has a chain that can be connected to hold the parcels set up. Bunches of decisions here.
4. Reptile SIROCCO
While in fact a TMR blender, the Lizard SIROCCO can without much of a stretch be utilized to mulch straw bundles too.
Besides the fact that you physically burden can parcels into the blower, yet you can likewise open the back entryway, and back it into a free heap of straw or other material to stack it.
With a cost of just $5,100, this is by a wide margin the least expensive mod on our rundown, making it extraordinary for more current ranchers on a tight spending plan.
It even has a limit of 8,000 liters, which is what might be compared to two customary estimated bundles.
Assuming you want something modest that certainly works, make certain to look at this mod.
3. Robert Evolumix 2-30P
The Evolumix is a huge mulcher that has a limit of up to 30,000 liters. It very well may be utilized to blend TMR, or essentially to blow straw or other material.
At the point when bundles are set inside the machine, the drills naturally begin mulching the bunches into free straw to be spread. What’s more, this sort of usefulness can truly save you time.
You can decide to dump either from the line, or the little entryway on the left side.
What’s more, with discretionary release entryways you can add during buy, you can likewise decide to release from the back or the right side too.
At $70,000 this is the most costly mod on our rundown. In any case, it is certainly worth the cost for the multi-usefulness it accompanies.
2. Robert P2200
As the biggest straw blower on our rundown, the Robert P2200 can hold up to nine square bundles with the augmentations you can prepare during buy.
End yet it still just requires 90hp to work.
It likewise has a collapsing entryway on the back, which makes it very simple to stack the bundles with a telehandler.
1. Straw Blower Gyrax BIG CONFORT
Having a limit of eight square bundles, this Gyrax makes blowing huge volumes of straw an extremely straightforward errand.
While it’s not the biggest straw blower mod you can get for all of FS19, I really do think the collapsing sides make stacking feed bundles a lot more straightforward than a normal straw blower.
Furthermore, fortunately, for such an enormous machine, it still just requires a 100hp farm vehicle to work – in addition to you’ll just be dishing out $35,000 for one.