Combine inspections before wheat harvest can add profits to your bottom line. Less down time and reduced grain loss are two reasons to have your combine inspected prior to wheat harvest. Our trained specialist can assist you over the telephone or with an “on the farm” visit.
This new year 2020 is off to a quick start. Don,t forget to include pre-harvest maintenance and inspections of your combine and headers. This will help reduce down time and allow you to harvest your crops at optimum quality. Give us a call, our combine specialist are ready to help you fine tune your combine and header to reduce grain loss and improve grain quality.
This question and many more were discussed recently during combine clinics in the mid-west sponsored by Beck’s Hybrids. A good even flow of crop is very important to obtain threshing of material on material in the concave. This improves grain quality yielding higher premiums to the grower. There were many good discussion of crop flow through the combine.