October 18, 2023
Maybe you are looking for a more economical source of parts. Or maybe you want to improve performance in a specific area and can’t find the tools you need to do it. This roundup of combine accessories just might include what you are looking for to accomplish your goal.
Check out each new offering. Farm Progress editors meticulously combed the grounds of the Farm Progress Show and Husker Harvest Days to track down as many new products as possible. This lineup relates to products that fit with combines. You may also want to check out the new product roundup for combines and headers. It even includes a new header cart from Unverferth for moving from field to field more efficiently.
Here are a few highlights from the roundup of combine accessories:
John Deere combine upgrades. You don’t have to trade up to a new combine to enjoy some of the features available in those models. John Deere is emphasizing upgrades which retrofit to many previous models. One upgrade kit allows you to better control the unloading auger and direct grain exactly where you want it to go.
Aggressive header drum. The Typhoon drum for headers from i-Paddock is a replacement option for the original equipment manufacturer drum on MacDon and John Deere grain headers. Company reps claim that the smaller drum is more aggressive and provides more feeding capacity for crop material to enter the feeder house. It features 25 solid-steel fingers, which grab incoming crop material quicker than standard drums.
Concaves from Calmer Corn Heads. The stalk-roll people will offer concaves for many John Deere and Case combines beginning in 2024. They’re not just a replacement for factory concaves. Spokespersons say the bars on these new concaves are opened a bit wider for high-yield corn harvesting.
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