The Jenz BA 725 D is a type of Wood Chipper in Farming Simulator 17. This Wood Chipper has its own engine, and can work even when not connected to any vehicle. It can also adjust its position on its own (forwards and backwards only). Finally, it has a conveyor-style outflow, which means it can easily dump the Wood Chips onto a Conveyor Belt, if required.
- Self-Powered: The BA 725 D has its own engine. It can provide itself with enough power to chop logs, without needing to be connected to any vehicle. It also does not consume any fuel when working off its own engine.
- Conveyor Output: The BA 725 D uses a conveyor belt to output the Wood Chips it produces. This allows it to dump the wood chips onto a Conveyor Belt easily, should the need arise.
- Position Adjustment: When inside the BA 725 D, you can drive it forwards or backwards at a very slow speed to adjust its position. This can help it dump its Wood Chips more precisely on a Conveyor Belt. Note that you cannot turn the BA 725 D left or right at all when doing this.
- Conveyor Output: The BA 725 D's conveyor belt output system is more difficult to use than the rotating pipe on other Wood Chipper models. It is just barely possible to fit the largest Tippers underneath the output belt, but careless driving will lead to collisions. The conveyor belt can be raised Jenz BA 725 D: Adjust ConveyorDefault Buttons: LMB + Drag Up/Down ?? ?? to make a little more room underneath it.
- Price: $64,000
- Maintenance Cost: $110 / day
- Leasing Costs: $1,280 + $3,200/h + $640/d
- Input Materials: Logs
- Max. Log Width: No effective limit
- Output: Wood Chips
- Output Method: Conveyor Belt
- Temporary Storage Capacity: 5,000 Liters
- Attachment Points: Drawbar (Bolt)
- Power Consumption: Self-Powered
- Mass: 11,175 kg