Lee Lubbers gets a comprehensive look at the Fendt Ideal 8T combine before he trials it in the fields of his South Dakota farm.
Grain carts have evolved over the years, mostly in that they’ve become enormous. Aside from size, what else is happening with the ubiquitous implements running beside combines at harvest? Right hand discharge and dual augers are two new technologies already available. The future promises autonomous grain catchers, in-field grain reservoirs, and more. Damian talks to Demco’s Troy Woelber and Benji Vande Griend.
After a month of running the Fendt 936 Vario, Layne talks about the in-cab experience.
If you are going to run hydraulics on your tractor, then you need to crank those RPMs, right? Maybe not so much. Full hydraulic Flow at low RPMS. Matt says it is good for engine-wear and good for your wallet.
Temple Rhodes starts putting this Fendt 942 tractor to the test during fall tillage. He shares his initial thoughts.
There is a lot to admire about this Fendt 936 Vario that is being trialed at Miles Farms. We've pinpointed three specific elements that may not be main selling points in the brochure, but nonetheless caught our attention.
He already said he really likes the height of the hopper in a previous video, but he found 2 more things he really likes about this Demco grain trailer. Kelly Explains...
Unless it is broken down, you probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about your grain cart. Layne talks about what he needs in a grain cart to make it GREAT!
Join Matt Miles on his farm for a look at the Fendt 936 Vario tractor's performance. In this video, he shares his impression of the CVT transmission and discusses its potential to enhance farm productivity. How does it stack up against the rest of his fleet and why it might be a wise investment?