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Fire can be a combine's worst enemy because of the difficulty in bringing a fire under control miles from the nearest Fire Department or fire control equipment.Much of what causes machinery fires are overheated bearings and belts, exhaust components, clutches and brakes, electrical malfunctions and sparks caused by damaged or improperly adjusted components, and foreign material entering the processing path.Drive components clogged with crop material also can get hot enough to catch fire.
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|Mar 24 Oats||355.5|
|Jan 24 Class III Milk||16.34|
|Jan 24 Soybean||1304|
|Jan 24 Feeder Cattle||215.3|
|Jan 24 Ethanol Futures||2.161||unch —||2.161||2.161||2.161||11:51 PM|
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