For one Warwickshire farmer a John Deere 9780 CTS combine provides affordable harvesting capacity. As it enters its sixteenth season on the same farm, Simon Henley finds out some of the benefits and the pitfalls of using a 20-year-old combine harvester.
When Claas added its latest harvesting technology to the straw walker Lexions, a Cambridgeshire farm was keen to try a pre-series model. Jane Carley reports.
A 23-year-old Case IH 2188 Axial Flow provides cost-effective harvesting for one Wiltshire farm, as Geoff Ashcroft found out during a recent visit.
In recent years, attention to Massey Fergusons combines has been diverted at the range topping Ideal machines, however, its smaller ranges are still proving invaluable for many farmers. Alex Heath speaks to a Beta user of six years to find out how it is performing.
Boasting 100 tonnes per hour with only 1 per cent losses, one of the most highly anticipated recent combine developments has to be John Deeres new X9. We caught up with the machine in action.
The new Case IH 250 Series Axial Flow combines will introduce advanced automation technology in 2019, but will it work in UK conditions?
Opting for tracks on a combine will add a hefty price tag over wheels and tyres, but for one Oxfordshire grower, the decision to replace wide boots with long belts was worth it.
As harvest draws to a close around the country, Agco was showing of its new Ideal combines in a thick crop of winter wheat in Lincolnshire.
Not one to rest on its laurels, Claas has gone back to the drawing board to give its Lexion combine range a comprehensive overhaul.
With a heavy host of updates including increased threshing capacity and improved operator convenience, John Deere has revised its T Series straw walker combines. Richard Bradley finds out more with a test drive.