NEWS
Machinery Chatter
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Wed Aug 12, 2015 11:12 AM CDT

Across the Corn Belt, farmers are beginning to pull harvest equipment into the shop to do preseason maintenance. Combines, tractors, trucks, augers -- you name it -- and the machinery will probably get a once over before fall harvest starts.

As any farmer knows, one piece of harvest equipment that is vital during harvest is the grain cart. A grain cart breakdown during harvest will stop the flow of grain out of the fields.

Farmers should perform preseason maintenance on their grain carts, according to Phil Jennings, service manager at Kinze Manufacturing, Inc. Kinze has manufactured planters and grain carts ...

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