Hauser`s Machinery Ltd.

- Gooseneck Trailers

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Hauser’s Machinery Ltd. has been manufacturing affordable, quality farm equipment for over 55 years and manufacturing Round Bale Transports for over 25 years.  In 1998, Hauser’s Machinery Ltd. expanded their line of round bale haulers to meet the growing demand for a multi-purpose flat deck trailer which can also be used as a maximum capacity round bale transport:

  • Unloading Ratchet
  • Safety Screen
  • L.E.D. Lighting

  • Ramps

Step 1
Trailer is field ready waiting for loader tractor.

Side rails are set up and ready to go in “bale hauling position”.

The side rails are 12″ higher and 12″ wider than the 8’6″ wide highway legal deck width.

Step 2
The side rails are folded into the rub rail for legal width when empty and are also removable with no tools required.

Step 3
Loading of the trailer deck is easily accomplished with a grapple or single tine style loader as the deck can accommodate and unload bales up to 7ft wide in diameter.

Bales can be placed in either direction on the deck ie: pipe style or flat sides out.

Step 4
All electrical components are rubber mounted and L.E.D. lighting is available as an option and will become standard equipment within the year.

The trailer comes standard with a spare tire and 2 – 12,000 lb jacks in front for dollying off the truck.

A king pin or 2 5/16 hitch ball are standard.

Step 5
Trailer deck height is 44″

The deck comes standard with 10 ga smooth steel sheeting. 3/16 floor plate is available as an option upon order.

Step 6

Step 7

If you need to haul bales any distance, always follow road regulations and load restrictions.

If you want a trailer that serves dual purposes by operating as a regular flat deck and a bale hauling trailer, then this is the trailer for you. Why invest $$ in 2 trailers, when 1 can surpass all your hauling requirements.

Step 8
The loader operator is compacting the load by pushing the bales forward from the rear of the trailer. A gentle push keeps the bales tighter but is not a necessary step.


Step 9
Unloading the bales is accomplished by a ratcheting screw jack located at the front of the trailer.

No hydraulics, No winches, No trouble. Just a fast smooth motion of the ratcheting screw jack unloads the bales from both sides simultaneously.

Step 10
This procedure is quickly done by a large spring and a one way hydraulic braking cylinder located under each deck. Once the bales have unloaded, the decks retract to the flat position. Then you must reset the hold downs. This step is achieved without moving from the front of the trailer and takes only a couple of minutes to completely unleash and reset the decks!

Step 10
This procedure is quickly done by a large spring and a one way hydraulic braking cylinder located under each deck. Once the bales have unloaded, the decks retract to the flat position. Then you must reset the hold downs. This step is achieved without moving from the front of the trailer and takes only a couple of minutes to completely unleash and reset the decks!

Step 12
Bales simultaneously unload to both sides.

Step 13


Step 14
After unloading, the side rails can be set to transport position by lowering them into the rub rails. (Legal width when empty).


Step 15

Let me introduce myself. My name is Keith Hauser, 3rd generation manager of Hauser’s Machinery Ltd. Over the years, I have had customers tell me that our products were some of the best investments that they have made in their years of farming. We manufacture only top of the line equipment, built strong but practical.

Backed by 60 years of long standing service commitment, our products withstand the test of time. Start saving time and money today, with a Hauser 2 in 1 Gooseneck Trailer.

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