Matt Miles talks about his experience with Estes Performance Concaves.
Kevin Matthews talks about his experience with Estes Performance Concaves.
On a recent webinar, Kelly mentioned how much he really liked the new Honeybee header that he purchased before this season started. Here is a quick breakdown of the reasons why he is considering buying another one for next season.
Kelly takes his new Honeybee Airflex Header for a spin during wheat harvest. There are a few things he immediately likes about it.
Chad brought his combines into the shop this week to get them ready for wheat harvest in June. He walks through a few of the maintenance items he looks for.
It has been a tough season that Dan will be happy is over. So, no surprise that when he finds something that is actually working well for him, he's gonna tell us about it. In this case, Dan talks about his favorite "Yield Saving" features on his new Drago GT corn head.
In a no-till environment, residue is an issue. Dan jumps out of the combine to show you why he loves the Stalk Devastator™ from Yetter when it comes to that first step to achieving residue breakdown.
Dan is at the end of another farming season and it has been one spent almost entirely in a narrow band of Northern Illinois that has been dry and hot all year. Despite the intensive field management, Dan is off to a rough start in his first soybean field.
Inside your combine there are a LOT of moving parts and some of those parts — specifically your machine’s concaves — might not be pulling their weight. What if an inexpensive change got you through harvest 25% faster, or allowed you to increase the size of your combine head — without changing out your combine? What if your combine’s concaves are losing a bushel per acre out the rear end of the machine? Or worse yet, grinding and splitting your crop or allowing too much foreign matter to end up in the hopper? Chances are, you don’t think a lot about the belly of your machine but you should. Chad Henderson discusses the benefits he’s seen on his Alabama farm since making the simple switch to the XPR2 Concaves by Estes Performance Concaves.