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We are about to enter a new harvest season for corn and I would like to have some operational advice. This is a 2010 9670 with a 6 row corn head.
We will begin harvesting at about 26% moisture and hope to have it all
done before it is 17%. Here in SW Georgia we try to get it out as soon as
possible because of hurricanes and thunderstorms.
The corn will yield from 200-300 bushels per acre and often the stalks
have a good bit of green in them.
What rpm do you let it "pull back to" to let you know it is loaded to the
limit and what sort of bushels per hour should we expect to show on its
monitor. I know there are many variables but any advice about finding
the "sweet spot" would be appreciated.
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