One out of every five combines built in the world is made by New Holland, and the recently announced results of a report on combine productivity should make customers even more confident in their decision to choose New Holland.
The report was a benchmark study conducted by the independent research agency Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute (PAMI). The project sought to measure and compare the harvest productivity, fuel consumption, and grain loss of the 2015 New Holland CR9.90 Elevation and the John Deere S690 combines on fields of both canola and wheat. New Holland was ecstatic to announce that the CR9.90 Elevation performed better in all three of the categories than the S690 combines.
Igor Kuzmenko, North American Marketing Manager for combines, was on hand during the 2016 Commodity Classic to discuss the results of the study and what they mean for growers nationwide.
“If your combine has a better harvest productivity, that means you’re spending less of your day out in the field during harvest,” said Kuzmenko, “and lower fuel consumption and grain loss can help to increase profitability, and we know how important it is the keep those costs down in this market.”
Growers can view the full report here.
Listen to Jamie’s full interview with Igor here:
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