The term baler refers to a machine that compresses solid waste to enable easier handling and storage. This method of reducing storage and transport costs involves eliminating empty space between individual bulk items. Polypropylene twine or steel wire knots are used for bales that are heavy and dense. The bale count can be kept with a digital counter. As a result, it is more convenient and efficient to use. Typically, it is used to bale rice, wheat, and sugar cane residues. Since round bales are more likely to roll off a flatbed trailer, square bales are easier to transport. Stacking a complete slab for transport and storage is also more convenient due to its shape. With this square baler, the size of bales can be adjusted.