John Deere CoverEdge<sup>™</sup> MegaRoll with TamaTec+<sup>®</sup>
John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll

John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll goes right over the edge of the bale and snaps into place for better protection.

With the elimination of shoulders, bales are perfectly shaped for better handling, transport and storage.

John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll covers 15% more surface area of the round bale protects the edges of the bale and prevents rainwater penetration and moisture collection within the bale. It also improves the weather ability of the package. No loose “fluff” to pick up the moisture from rainfall.
With John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll you can produce high-quality silage bales when wrapped with stretch film because the bale surface is smooth, eliminating air pockets in the bale.
John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll is 46% Longer than the original CoverEdge, therefore less rolls required for the same number of bales and less time spent reloading baler with net.

Designed to meet the demands of modern farming equipment, this netwrap is the ideal choice for a wide range of baler models, including John Deere 557, 558, 559, 550M, 551M, 567, 568, 569, 569 Premium, 560M/R, 561M/R Balers.

Including Silage Specials.

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ZEBRA® System Stripe
ZEBRA® System

As well as producing the 'perfect bale', John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll also features the unique ZEBRA® System roll pattern. The John Deere CoverEdge asymmetrical striping pattern, across the width of the net, gives the operator a very clear 'left-right' indicator when loading the net roll. The ZEBRA® System is also a very useful benefit in indicating correctly which way to unroll the bale when feeding or bedding by clearly showing the asymmetrical pattern on the bale

Roll End Warning Stripe

Every roll of John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll contains a visible Roll End warning stripe, which shows the end of the roll is approaching. This unique warning allows the operator to prepare for a roll change and avoid baling without net in the baler, thus further reducing valuable 'down time'

Roll Dragging Handles

Every roll of John Deere CoverEdge™ MegaRoll is fitted with specially designed Dragging handles at both Ends of the roll, to assist the operator with pulling the roll off the truck. These handles are not designed for the roll lifting

Roll Lifting Straps

Every roll of John Deere CoverEdge MegaRoll is fitted with specially designed lifting straps, to assist the operator to lift rolls into baler with the John Deere Net Lift Assist

Guaranteed Length

Every roll contains the guaranteed stated length, not a “plus-or-minus” average

Edge Protector
Edge Guards

Protects roll from damage

Unique ID Number

Unique “passport” for each roll, enabling full production details to be traced

CoverEdge Technology

CoverEdge Technology enables the net to go over the edge of the bale producing good bales and full protection. Elimination of ’shoulders’ means better shaped bales, better weather protection, easier handling and better silage production due to the elimination of air pockets inside the bale. The elastic edge threads snap right back into place, securing the crop and giving good protection.

TamaTec+® Technology

A technology innovation by Tama that combines a special blend of advanced raw material with a unique manufacturing process, providing the unique combination of:

  • NET STRENGTH – Incredible strength for maximum performance in the toughest crop.
  • ROLL WEIGHT – The only technology able to achieve both roll length and netwrap strength within a workable roll weight.
  • ROLL CONSISTENCY – A uniform and consistent netwrap for continuous trouble-free operation.

The John Deere CoverEdge Mega Roll fits all John Deere baler models: 557, 558, 559, 550M, 551M, 567, 568, 569, 569 Premium, 560M/R, 561M/R Balers.

Size 67 in. wide X 13,200 ft.
Weight (LBS) 133 ± 4
Max Diameter (Inch) 11.8
Roll/pal 12
Pal. size 67 X 45 X 39


Including Silage Specials

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