2013-07-23  facebook twitter rss

Volac Topwrap 2000 Saves Time and Money

Draperstown contractor Darren Kelly has a simple answer to the question, “Why use Volac Topwrap 2000?”

“This big bale wrap saves us time and money, which is good news for our farmer clients. Every roll of Topwrap 2000 film wraps 30% more bales so less time is lost away from the field running to collect more rolls and a lot less time is spent changing rolls. Getting up to 10 extra bales per roll of film adds up to a great saving over the season.

Volac NI forage assistant David Sampson with Draperstown contractor Darren Kelly, who finds Topwrap 2000 film saves time and money. Likewise Darren always uses Volac Topnet as it stays tangle free and gives edge to edge coverage so producing better shaped bales for easier wrapping, transport and storage.

Volac NI forage assistant David Sampson with Darren Kelly, who finds Topwrap 2000 film saves time and money

“Cutting downtime and keeping the wheels turning is what every contractor and farmer wants so using reliable wrap from Volac makes sound business sense.”

Darren, who has always used Volac film, added that with Topwrap 2000 the cost per bale for wrap was 10% lower.

“Above all, using Topwrap 2000 keeps our clients happy as we produce bales that ensure the quality of silage coming out mid winter really does reflect the quality of grass going in mid summer.

“As in any business, keeping clients happy means they give us repeat business and are more likely to pay promptly, often as we head out the gate. Good for us as it keeps the cash flowing and good for farmers with a discount in mind!”

Aside from silage contracting Darren offers a range of services year round from hedge cutting to slurry spreading, including the use of a pipeline. With his father Tony a farmer Darren has the background, enthusiasm and experience needed to run a reliable contracting service.

To keep abreast of advances in big bale technology Darren Kelly makes full use of the Volac technical support team. This silage season Volac NI forage assistant David Sampson of Castledawson provides a practical ‘in the field’ problem solving service to those seeking to make better big bales. A role he first filled last summer after intensive training in Sweden and Germany.


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