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Tips From a Custom Harvester
Wed Aug 6, 2014 04:17 PM CDT

Harvest efficiency has been Duane Keller's bread and butter for 39 years. As part of Keller Brothers Harvesting and Trucking, Inc., Duane has logged thousands of miles of road time and countless hours in combines harvesting small grains, grain sorghum, corn and soybeans. Based in Ellis, Kan., he also spent seven years as a design engineer for combines.

What he has learned could be helpful for your harvest.

"We have to be efficient, or we can't maintain and grow our customer base," Keller explains. "And, when we talk about efficiency, we include our teams ...

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