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Jim Patrico Progressive Farmer Senior Editor

Thursday 01/31/13

One of a Kind Harvester Makes Its Debut
Introducing the Tribine.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:25AM CST 01/31/13 by Jim Patrico | Post a Comment
Comments (3)
how could you affurd to shut down combine to drive to edge of field to dump, yjen drive back ??
Posted by Mel Williamson at 9:09PM CST 02/02/13
We can't harvest without the efficiency of grain carts. Keeping the combine rolling is where it's at! This is an interesting concept but I've learned that a 1000+ bu. cart is the best compaction tool man has ever come up with. I don't want to drag it through a field on every pass or stop to unload it! My hat is off to such a farmer innovator! The world would starve without them! I wish him all the luck in the world!
Posted by Roger Cooper at 9:25AM CST 02/03/13
You can run longer without dumping,and do not have to have the cart follow you all the time.You get a 1200 bushel cart and less trips.
Posted by Timothy Bleisner at 8:51AM CST 03/01/13
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