Re: 6620 in Soybeans (Pics)
We're only farming about 150 acres of soybeans so a newer machine is out of our price range. The 6620 was larger than we were looking for, really trying to find a 4420 when this machine popped up.
This combine happened to be very local, 5 miles away, with only less than 1700 hours and the combine itself needed nothing more than the rotary screen belt to put in the field.
It's hard to find a local machine with low hours here in the Northeast US, and shipping get's expensive from out west where used machines are more available. From what I can tell (and I'd love to hear some opinions) is most new machines are sold out west, newer used machines are bought and shipped east, and by the time
they're for sale around here they're pretty much used up.
The header on the other hand was pretty beat up and took some work to get going. Whether it stays or not will depend on how it holds up this year.