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Climb Easily into Combine with New Stairs By: 05/04/2015 @ 2:44pm

By Paula BarbourAlready busy with auto repair, custom farming, grain trucking, and his own farm operation near Maquoketa, Iowa, Ron McDonald wasn’t looking for yet…

360 Strays from N Products with New YIELD SAVER By: 08/13/2015 @ 4:27pm

The majority of 360 Yield Center’s product lineup is geared toward nitrogen management – from decision making to…

John Deere Offers its First Folding Corn Head By: 08/28/2015 @ 1:48pm

For the first time, John Deere will sell a 12-row folding corn head. “The biggest advantage of a folding corn head is…

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Steel Deals: Canada Awash in Late-Model Used Combines By: 08/21/2015 @ 10:15am

Several recent huge machinery auctions have brought both surprising as well as not so surprising results.Lets start off with the not so surprising sales.A Ritchie Brothers sale in Canada illustrates that that…

Late-model harvesters flood sales By: 01/09/2014 @ 1:44pm

This winter promises to offer some great bargains in late-model used combines. Prices don’t lie.Take a look at the chart below. This represents the trends in auction (live and online) prices for various Case…

7 Combine Tweaks to Boost Speed By: 08/19/2013 @ 9:49am

Adjusting a combine is like balancing a tire. True, running a combine is far more complicated than just adding a weight to ensure smooth tire rotation. Keeping a harvester at peak capacity -- so it gleans all…

Combine + grain cart = Tribine By: 08/19/2013 @ 9:25am

The introduction of the grain cart forever changed harvesting operations across the country. Ben Dillon, an Indiana farmer, is attempting to uproot again the traditional harvesting operation by introducing the…

5 steps to an efficient harvest By: 08/19/2013 @ 9:07am

You check behind your six-row combine and find two corn ears dropped every 30 feet or so. Compound this by counting scattered kernels on the ground that average 4 per square foot.Pretty good, right?That…

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