Posted by Fixerupper on December 01, 2012 at 20:37:12 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Big Combine!! posted by Cat Shipper on November 27, 2012 at 18:08:38:
How well the grain carts keep up depends more on the capacity of the combine than the size of the head. If that combine can only go 3 MPH with the 18 row head two 1000 bushel carts can keep up. If it goes 6 MPH those two carts will be very busy and they will have to have at least 250 horses in front of them to keep up the speed, preferably 300 horses or more. One cart fills an empty semi and then takes off for the field. There's no splitting the load between two trucks. Takes too much time. The combine would need to start in the middle of the land and work out so the carts don't have to chase far. A good smart,experienced pair of cart drivers can move a lot of grain in a day. Jim
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