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Since there is no possibility to edit, I wanna add a 3rd post.

I want to translate atleast the crop conditions for the throughput analysis:

  • winter wheat with 9.6 t/ha yield = 142 bu/ac
  • crop height 65cm - 85 cm, not lodged
  • stubble height 15cm- 25cm
  • grain / straw ratio 1:0,6
  • corn moisture: 12,7% to 16,6%
  • straw moisture: 14,4% to 44%
  • losses 0.8 to 1.5%
  • split grains 0.5 to 2.2%
It does very well under good conditions.
But how many of those fileds do you got?
 

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Wow that walker machine is punching some impressive numbers for T/hr
 

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Is it out of line (looking at those numbers) that the Deere is right on par with the big Claas, and perhaps Ideal, and 10.9? Not any better but not any worse.

also, how do you calculate MOG?
 

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Not sure why but the one that was in this are had to get a new engine put in.Not sure if the engine went or what.
 

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how do you calculate MOG?
Not sure how Germans do it, PAMI would collect all the straw and chaff (kept separate) at the same time grain is collected.
They would dry straw down to zero % to establish straw moisture content by weight.
Not sure even today a quickie electronic device would be accurate enough.
All factors would then be calculated.

I suspect less intensive parameters were followed in Germany.
 

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650 hp outta a 13.5 litre motor seems like a lot to me.
Don't worry, I'm sure the green paint will hold it together, maybe they will paint it twice for good measure.

Personally, I think in a couple of years we will see it with a bigger engine, Perhaps something from Liebherr, or co developed with Liebherr.
 

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Not sure how Germans do it, PAMI would collect all the straw and chaff (kept separate) at the same time grain is collected.
They would dry straw down to zero % to establish straw moisture content by weight.
Not sure even today a quickie electronic device would be accurate enough.
All factors would then be calculated.

I suspect less intensive parameters were followed in Germany.
Thats how it's done the accurate way.

I guess they maybe took an sample per hour. Drying it and weighting it shouldn't be a problem, since you often do it to determine the dry-substance of corn for forage harvesting.
Likely they measured the straw and grain weights in samples, and then calculated the ratio.

But the exact proceeding is not discribed in the article.
 

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Well I am really disappointed, wtf there is only five cup holders?
Yeah but do they work? Ive got 4 different colour machines and none of the cup holders are worth a damn! Slightest bump and your coffee or soup is either on your lap or the floor............
 
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