This question and many more were answered at The 2016 Cereals and Oilseeds Workshop in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Canada. CHS put on a combine clinic where we talked to some 200 growers on the island about the theory of operation of the combine. CHS has been invited back in July this year during cereal grain harvest to conduct in-field training reinforcing the theory with application in the field.
It is never too early to get your combine ready to harvest. We offer services to improve your harvesting experience by providing over the phone or in-the-field support focusing on these four items: Increase Grain Quality General Inspections and Configurations Based on Crops Increased Combine Capacity Reduced Crop Loss Contact us today before time runs out!
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