WL Bale/Silage Bucket

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WBM Bale/Silage Buckets are designed specifically for handling round bales and loading silage in an agricultural feedlot application. Compared to a Corral Bucket, the Bale/Silage Bucket has a larger convex radius on the leading edge and the basket is taller to allow for better round bale handling. This creates approx. 1/4 yd increase in capacity over the Corral Bucket. The tips on the overarm are typically designed with extended length to increase penetration into the round bales and increase capacity in silage loading applications.


  • Large radius concave profile on leading edge
  • Dual strongbacks (frogs)
  • Additional gusset plates for cylinder lugs
  • Four heavy duty spherical bearing blocks for overarm pivot joints
  • Base edge is drilled for OEM bolt-on edges
  • Dual oversized pivot bars
  • Increased extensions on overarm tip
  • Proven and tested profile
  • Dual hydraulic cylinders
  • Available with WLKAT or OEM pin-on lugging
  • Available in a wide variety of widths and capabilities
  • Increased concave profile allows for maximum payload and round bale handling
  • Durable construction extends wear life and stands up to rigorous applications
  • 4-point hook-up that is self-aligning, low maintenance and extremely strong; decreases down time
  • Oversized pivot bars increase strength and durability
  • Extended tip aids in penetration of bale to maximize carrying capability
  • Dual cylinders provide a positive clamping force


  • 450 Brinell base edge, leading edge, weld-on heel plates, and weld-on side seam (wrap around) plates
  • 44,000 psi yield strength shell, strongbacks (frog) and sideplates
  • Once piece under shell support and rib configuration
  • 44,000 psi yield strength tines, 2-1/2" diameter solid pivot pins
  • Hydraulic crossover relief valve to protect cylinders
  • Flush mount adapters and teeth
  • Custom bolt-on edges
  • Extended tips on overarm


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