Ep 1 — Why Should I Buy It? — Combines

This is the first episode of a new segment here at RealAgriculture we call ” Why Should I Buy It?”. In this new series we give manufacturers two minutes or less to tell us why we should buy their product. The first product we take aim at is combines.

At the Canola Council of Canada’s recent combine clinic in Westlock, Alberta we were given a unique opportunity to talk to a number of different combine manufacturers all in the same place. Dealers representing John Deere, Lexion, Massey Ferguson, New Holland and Case were there to instruct producers on how to properly operate and set their machines. We at RealAgriculture decided to ask each one of these reps what it is they feel gives them the edge over their competition and why exactly we should buy their combine.

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Shaun Haney

Shaun grew up on a family seed farm in Southern Alberta. Haney Farms produces, conditions and retails wheat, barley, canola and corn seed. Shaun Haney is the founder of RealAgriculture.com. @shaunhaney

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Andy

Great new Feature idea! Very good.

Wish Lexion had mentioned their 3D sieve.

Rumor is that Massey is going away from the Hydro rotor drive in the next generation of their rotaries. Anyone hear this too?

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Rob H

Very cool video – I like being able to hear various sales pitches on the machines all side by side.

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ontag

Any possibility of a sprayer episode? self propelled or pull type, manufacturers….high value decisions!!

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Andy

Not a rumor anymore on the Massey. The 9500 series was released last night and it has some sweeping changes on the 2 large machines.

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