/ How agriculture works thread #811
That's a truism for most businesses.I learned a long time ago that, 'there is no romance to the finance'. You can buy anything with good credit (I do farm wise) but paying for it is an entirely different matter, especially when input costs are increasing exponentially.
It's all good until the payment stubs come in....lol
Yes but normally not in the threshing because the header feeds it in from both sides and the material is controlled by the feeder chain back into the cylinder that does the threshing. The problem is usually that the material overloads one side of the sieves making the effective cleaning area much smaller. This machine mitigates that by having two rotors that spin the opposite direction that keep the grain on each side. Then on the return pan under the rotors there are dividers that help to kepp the grin from working sideways. Consequently there is not near as much grain pile up on one side.OK, here is a video on how the LEXION 8000-7000 thrasher or cyclinder works. Why wouldn't this be bothered by hill sides?