Ultimate guide 2024: How to buy the best combine harvester?

Combine harvesters are becoming increasingly popular among agricultural machinery. Combine technology has the potential to revolutionize the way we do many things, using one machine to harvest, thresh, and clean grain in the field in one go.

As the demand for combine data continues to increase, choosing the best combines for your farmland is a question that needs to be considered.

How many brands of combine harvester?

Claas combine harvester

Claas Lexion 700 Series

All Claas Lexion 700 Series combines feature all-new engines Tier 4 final engines. They also feature new feeder house drives. They’ve got a new high heavy-duty feederhouse drive that’s rated up to 268 horsepower which will accommodate the largest chopping cornheads available on the market today.

Farmers have been asking for it, so Lexion is now providing that huge heavy-duty feeder house drive with the engines.

Claas Lexion 700 Series has a new dynamic cooling system. The dynamic cooling system is horizontally placed above the engine. It pulls air from the top down where it is coolest and cleanest pulls it through the radiators and then expels it through the vents on the side of the combine – forcing dust and debris away from the combine to keep the entire cooling system and air filter clean longer.

John Deere combine harvester

john deere s series combine harvester

There are no changes to the model line-up in the John Deere range, but the HarvestLab 3000 constituent sensor for onboard grain and oilseed analysis is a new option.

This NIR device is increasingly used on John Deere forage harvesters, slurry tankers for manure nutrient analysis, and in stationary applications, and now is available for the Grain Sensing feature, it fits the new S-series rotary and T-series straw walker combines and can be retrofitted to the clean grain elevator on current S-series and T-series combines from model year 2016 onwards.

The device measures the moisture and the protein content of wheat, barley, and rapeseed, the starch content of barley, and the oil content of rapeseed continuously in real-time. John Deere Operations Center software can be used to produce a “contour map” of these constituents for field management.

Deere says the system can also be helpful in segregating grain at harvest according to quality parameters.

Kubota combine harvester

Kubota combine harvester

Harvesting is one of the most labor-intensive work in rice farming, with over 50 years of rich experience in harvesting mechanization, Kubota has become an industry specialist and thought leader in Asia. Kubota’s combine harvesters operate with speed and precision, giving their customers more profitability and long-term durability.

How to buy the best combine harvester?

How do you define the best combine harvester? It does not mean that a world-famous brand is the best combine harvester, the best combine harvester should meet the following conditions:

1. Match your local agricultural production conditions the agricultural production models and needs of different regions are also different, for example, rice combine harvesters, the half-feed rice combine harvesters are more commonly used in Bangladesh, India, Thailand, Indonesia, etc, in other countries in Southeast Asia, full-feed rice combine harvesters are more commonly used.

2. The strength of combine harvester supply, we can provide different types of combine harvesters for different crops, such as commonly used rice combine harvesters, corn harvesters, sugar cane harvesters, etc.

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