Honey Bee’s new AirFlex draper header created quite the buzz at Agri-Trade ’14 last week.
The header can be used in flex or rigid mode, with the transition between them requiring the push of a button and only a few minutes worth of patience. In flex mode, the cutterbar shaves the ground with 9″ worth of flex, making it a good fit for low-lying pulse crops.
The reel is custom built and fully adjustable, with unlimited finger spacing options and easy finger replacement.
With all the interest around the header, we decided to hear more about it from Honey Bee’s Jamie Pegg. In the video that follows, Pegg explains what operators can expect to control from the cab, the cutterbar’s mechanical drive and flexibility, maintenance requirements and what the transport system looks like. Pegg also addresses the question on everyone’s mind — just how much does it cost?