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A different JD combine

Here some shots of an Amadas peanut combine, based on a JD 9650 with the high output engine option.





A shot of the cylinder.





A look inside the rear.

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Re: A different JD combine

Interesting... I'm confused right now though...

This thing harvests the entire peanut, /w shell, right? Any pics of what the raw peanuts look like, in the tank?

What is that thing in the back, at the top with the "fingers"? and are those little roto-disks on the bottom?

Any pics from the cab?

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Re: A different JD combine

the thing with the fingers is a cylinder, simular to what is in a conventional combine. a peanut has several of these im not real familiar with an amadus, but im sure it has 5-6 maybe. they have separation tines on them, simular to what is on a drag harrow or someting. the little disks are stemmer saws. aver the peanut is removed from the vine it will usually have a little stem left on the peanut and these will remove the stem from the peanut shell. the peanuts are left in the shell untill they reach the processor/mill
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Re: A different JD combine

how does it unload? it looks like a 600bus hopper if it were for grain.
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Re: A different JD combine

I answered my own question, did a little research, check it out looks cool

http://www.amadas.com/
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Re: A different JD combine

Lots of pics of past years peanut harvests along with others here.

http://ImageEvent.com/texasdutchman
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Re: A different JD combine

Nice videos. Since I started seeing your pics a few years ago I really want some red dirt...
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Re: A different JD combine

Awesome pics and videos dutch. Great work.
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