The Drago head is an excellent head however in my opinion it has too many service points. And as far as Husker Harvest Days I have never had so much fun playing in the mud. The North end of the field had standing water in spots and we were leaving trenches deep enough that the 7010 was dragging bottom. I wish I would have had the camera along. If you have any pictures please post them as I would be curious to see what they look like.
One of our neighbor's traded off their 2206 for a 6 row Drago chopping head this summer and I will post an update on it later in the season. They were never very impressed with their 2206, it wasn't as reliable as a 1000 series head and the lack of aftermarket parts made it pretty expensive to work on. They are running around 1,800 acres of corn through a 6 row head every year so they are pushing the head pretty hard and they like that the Drago is built alot heavier than what Case offers. Drago also claims that their head will put more corn in the combine but I'll have to see it to believe it.
I haven't heard a 4 bpa advantage but I've heard half that which would still be five to six times the amount that corn is actually planted at and I think it would be quite noticable. I like their idea of running a longer snapping roll at slower speeds to be more gentle on the ears but then they run a spring loaded stripper plate that rubs against the stalks and I can't help but think that that is going to reverse any advantage they made with the slower snapping rolls.
2 kernal per square foot is one BPA if you log on to dragotec.com they have a lot of ideas on their If all goes right I'm goignt o demo a drago on my 8010 as soon as the weather allows. from what I see it's just a lot better cornhead than a 2412. I like a 1000 series better than the 2400 for stalk chopping but the 2400 holds up a lot better.