Kuhn Farm Machinery has launched a new version of its round baler-wrapper combination machine, the i-BIO+, which can be used with conventional net binding and can also be fitted with the patented film-on-film bale binding and wrapping system. According to Kuhn, this not only reduces wrapping costs, but also offers ease of usage and recycling benefits by eliminating the need for a separate netting. In addition to being able to take standard sized rolls, the system provides quicker and easier roll loading thanks to a user-friendly system which hydraulically folds the film reels into their loading/unloading position. Switching between film and net binding is claimed to be both quick and simple. Bale wrapping is taken care of by the IntelliWrap system, allowing the operator to select the number of film layers and to adjust film overlap, and film can be applied at up to 50 revolutions per minute.  Fitted with a 2.30m-wide pick-up unit, the i-BIO+ is available with two intake rotors – the OptiCut 14 (14 knives/min. cut length 70mm) or OptiCut 23 (23 knives/min. cut length 45mm) – both of which offer knife group selection. Bales are formed by 18 PowerTrack rollers with integrated stainless steel low-friction plates, which says Kuhn, results in a significant reduction in power requirement. ISOBUS compatible with all functions managed via a single, full-colour display terminal, the 3.7-tonne i-BIO+ is claimed to be well-suited for use on hilly terrain and in small fields.