Traditionally, lubricants for farming equipment have been developed primarily to protect moving metal components rather than for their environmental or toxicological impact. However, there is now increasing awareness that lubricants used on farming equipment are often lost to the environment which can in turn impact the food being cultivated. There is growing recognition that such lubricants should be formulated to reduce their impact on both the environment and the food even before it reaches the processing plants. An example of this equipment is a round baler or a large baler machine producing fresh bales of rolled up grass. The most common types of baler are rectangular or cylindrical.