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I did spot one difference...the sticker for model number...font is different


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From what I've gathered from other new JD equipment and what seems to be a huge concern is "How big is the fridge" and does it keep your wobbly pops cold enough ??

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My opinion is thresh it right the first time, buy a Lexion.
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My opinion is thresh it right the first time, buy a Lexion.
Then when the lexion breaks you have a cool expensive paper weight
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One solution might be to have a two-stage threshing system. Since everyone seems to think grain-on-grain threshing works the best, maybe we need to take all the material that falls through the concaves and put it all through a smaller re-threshing unit to grind up partially-threshed heads and then dump that on the sieves.
Sorta like Gleaner? It's got those two rollers before the grain hits the sieve. See it at about the one minute mark.



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From what I've gathered from other new JD equipment and what seems to be a huge concern is "How big is the fridge" and does it keep your wobbly pops cold enough ??
Thats all Deere has left to make the machine flawless.
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Then when the lexion breaks you have a cool expensive paper weight
When any machine breaks down you have an expensive paper weight, at least until you get it fixed again. A $500k machine can be brought to a standstill because of a $5 part.
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So I read through the release. My basic take on it:

They have made the combine smarter so it calibrates itself 7 different ways so the data that they collect free of charge through JD-Link is more accurate. Change a few things in the cab to distract the farmer too maybe. Oh yeah, surely a modest price increase in there too.

It seems to me the priorities are way wrong here. What about this actually makes the farmer more money? Must be a lot of money in all this data or some large plan for using it down the road, because some of these companies are going to great lengths to collect it. I seriously doubt whatever that turns into will be for the benefit of the farmer either...

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Soooo nothing ground breaking just more electronic gizmos?
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So I read through the release. My basic take on it:

They have made the combine smarter so it calibrates itself 7 different ways so the data that they collect free of charge through JD-Link is more accurate. Change a few things in the cab to distract the farmer too maybe. Oh yeah, surely a modest price increase in there too.

It seems to me the priorities are way wrong here. What about this actually makes the farmer more money? Must be a lot of money in all this data or some large plan for using it down the road, because some of these companies are going to great lengths to collect it. I seriously doubt whatever that turns into will be for the benefit of the farmer either...

https://www.deere.com/privacy_and_da..._services.page

If Claas came out with a system like this i'm sure it would be the coolest thing since slice bread and totally worth while though .

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