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Gleaner versus others in a test in Ukraine

Here is a link to a test conducted in Ukraine. In the test is a Massey Ferguson T7 combine (Gleaner S78). In my opinon the Gleaner performed well. I believe if the test would have had the S88 instead it would have narrowed the capacity gap...appears to me all the other brands tested were at least a class 8.

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Kind of satisfying to see on tables 3 and 4 of the article the Gleaner which was the only class 7 of the tests, outperformed the lexion and new holland in capacity, was right up there with the case, and had the lowest fuel consumption of all brands.



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Gleaner did a benchmark on their roadshow and it performed as well or better then the lexion. To each their own we run gleaners and they work well for us. Everyone has preferences and biased one way or another. I used to defend gleaners now I roll my eyes because people have preconceived notions about silver combines many are wrong. Use what works well for you.
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Why did some combines do more area then others? Or did I read the charts wrong?
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Ooooof. That data’s pretty suspect. I mean look at the productivity spread between JD and everything else.
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Why did some combines do more area then others? Or did I read the charts wrong?
Plus there are missing charts and missing data with no explanation.
Appears they didn’t do all residue dropped measuring, the only way you can do it.
No Liters/tonne figure.
Can’t fallow the separate header loss I guess it is
Weird methodology.
Perhaps not bogus but a very poorly written report at best.

Here is what a good Gleaner test looks like:
http://pami.ca/pdfs/reports_research...hments/691.PDF
Unfortunately the second last combine evaluation PAMI did.

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I know I will live to regret what I'm about to say but gosh, that Gleaner looks good in red! :-)
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I know I will live to regret what I'm about to say but gosh, that Gleaner looks good in red! :-)
Well let's hope they stay over there...I don't think the North American market would take well to another red combine.

Just my experience with seeing people's reactions when colors change.
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Well let's hope they stay over there...I don't think the North American market would take well to another red combine.

Just my experience with seeing people's reactions when colors change.
The agco guys sure seem to get their parties in a knot over the color and name on the side....
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The agco guys sure seem to get their parties in a knot over the color and name on the side....
What do you expect, we love our Gleaners and we want them to stay like Gleaners, I guess it would be the same with other guy's with other brands.

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