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The restyling of Activa combines

Massey Ferguson has renewed its Activa straw-walker combines, a line of machines designed to work with a wide range of crops, including rice, maize, soybean and grains. Three models make up the range: the flagship 260-horsepower Activa 7344, the 226-horsepower...

The technological evolution of combine harvesters

Combine harvesters are operating machines that have been manufactured in their current configuration since the first half of the 1900s. They have their origins in fixed-point threshers. As a matter of fact, their development has been uninterrupted, both mechanically and from the (more recent) mechatronic point of view. The current models are highly sophisticated, resulting in a combination of high work capacity and high-quality results

Trion, versatile combines from Claas

The autumn, marketing began for the new Trion models, 5 and 6-walker combines (with single or double rotor) by the German company Claas. Designed for medium and large farms, and for working with a wide variety of products - from...

Fendt high productivity combine harvesters

In the combine harvester sector, Fendt offers two high-performance machines. The 5275 C SL self-levelling model with 5 straw walkers was developed for working on very steep terrain. Indeed, thanks to the SuperLevel self-levelling system, the machine can work with...

X Series, John Deere expands its range

John Deere adds two new models - the X9 1000 and X9 1100 - to its combine range. The X-Series is designed to deliver top performance in difficult conditions and with high volume and moist straw. The X9 1100 -...

Massey Ferguson returns to the combine segment

2022 marks not only Massy Ferguson's 175th anniversary, but also the US manufacturer's return to the straw shaker combine segment.               The relaunch of the American brand in this segment is entrusted first and foremost to the reliable, high-performance Activa...

The innovative technology of New Holland's CR Revolution

the combine segment, one of New Holland's flagships is undoubtedly the CR Revelation range. This is a line of machines that, as the manufacturer itself points out, has been designed with the aim of offering a high harvesting capacity (+10%...

New Holland: a new anti-stall system

New Holland wins the bronze medal for innovation at Sima 2019. The award was awarded for the reversal system of the direction of rotation of the Dynamic Feed Roll (DFR) mounted on the CR combine-harvesters. This innovation allows the operator...

harvesting also on slopes

Keeping productivity without compromising the quality of the harvest and ensuring a clean product is difficult, especially in operations on sloping terrain. Combining highly evolved manufacturing techniques and sensor and electronic systems have considerably helped achieving this objective. The top brand names producing combine harvesters rely on innovative and original solutions, often created by specialized supplier companies

CLAAS: renews main production lines

The German group is planning to present numerous new products at the Bologna exposition starting with the new TUCANO 560 combine harvester which joins the VARIANT baler. Also coming up is the new look for the JAGUAR 900 forage harvester with an even higher level of performance

AGCO production hub in Breganze and new Fendt combine harvesters

A coating system among the most advanced in the world, consisting of 13 suspended lines, 14 tanks, 39 pumps, 10 ovens and a powder coating booth, capable of withstanding a tight pace of work (10 combines per day). A robotized...

Combine harvesters: innovation for a sustainable harvest

Bringing together hourly productivity and quality threshing is still one of the main objectives of manufacturers and the need to make harvesting more and more sustainable at the agronomic level has opened onto a significant technical evolution also for the management of crop residues and soil compaction

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