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It was tested in northeast Nebraska last year. I heard they were trying to go as fast as they could with a 16 row corn head and at 8 mph there was very little loss. That was 250 bu corn. You couldn’t get down the lane where it was. There was a Deere guy making sure of it.
If I did the math right that means that the clean grain elevator has a capacity of 10,000 bph… might be the only part of the machine that is better than a legendary claas. I would be happy with a machine that could do 1000 bph in canola (no losses) and 2000 bph in wheat (no losses), which unless i'm mistaken the current deere machines can't do...

I wonder it twin rotor also means twin rethreshers?

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Rotors are like women, better to have two small ones than one big one.

NH should have been using that ad campaign for years.

Oh well, some of us won't ever have a 10, but we can have 5 2's. That is a lot of 2's for just one dude! Combines or women, take your pick.
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Rotors are like women, better to have two small ones than one big one.

NH should have been using that ad campaign for years.

Oh well, some of us won't ever have a 10, but we can have 5 2's. That is a lot of 2's for just one dude! Combines or women, take your pick.
oh deere ,That sounds like a threesome of rotors!
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Obviously with weather conditions at harvest capacity is key.

But cost pressures are another major issue, so i wonder when that will be focused upon?

The recent look i had at a 770, is bits bolted onto bits, id be very surprised if that machine couldnt alot cheaper with a clean redesign.

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John Deere must not plan on making that many combines if they are laying off staff. Deere will end up calling the single rotor combines heritage models

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Rotors are like women, better to have two small ones than one big one.

NH should have been using that ad campaign for years.
Only need one if it works.
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