I find generally all numbers are claimed in wheat and generally in easy thrash soft varieties as generally grown in Europe. Bit like the NH world record was set in Lincolnshire with soft white, easy to shove through with little losses.They are claiming the big numbers on Wheat so I assume that’s where.
It does seem that they are pushing the 100t claim fairly hard although I personally don't think that is something of an achievement. This side of the pond yes but in Europe. Hell, I know of plenty of folks who were getting consistent 70 - 80t + and good spot rates well over 100+ in old 600 lexions back in the day. Although admittedly only once Claas brought out a 40ft to feed the beast, and that was 10 years ago. Now if Deere were pushing throughput of 130+ I might be more inclined to take notice.
Just have to wait and see I suppose.