ETA GUILLOTEAU 2020 | SLURRY XXL in France | 2x FENDT 1042 | SAMSON FA
ETA GUILLOTEAU 2020 | SLURRY XXL in France | 2x FENDT 1042 | SAMSON FAP
The United States started moving from reapers to wheat binders in the 1870s and to corn binders in the 1880s. These changes coincided with, or even preceded, the development of modern harrowing technology: spring tooth harrows and disk harrows.
Again, technological ineptitude in Japan cannot have been the cause for such long delays. Practical development of horse-drawn harvesting combines started in the 1860s in California, where labor was extremely scarce.
Le tout nouvel ensemble de l'ETA Guilloteau à l'oeuvre avec le nouveau Système FAP et la nouvelle rampe 30m de chez Samson. Les nouvelles tonnes Fliegl Road X Polyline sont aussi à l'oeuvre pour alimenter l'ensemble d'épandage. Un parc de matériel renouvelé pour un ravitaillement ultra-rapide et donc un débit de chantier grandement amélioré ! Un spectacle impressionnant avec des ensembles tracteur/tonne à couper le souffle ! Et une petite surprise en fin de vidéo The Guilloteau Company with theire new equipments at work : the new FAP System and the new 30 meters ramp from Samson. The new Fliegl Road X Polyline tanker are also at work to feed the spreading equipment. A renewed equipment for ultra-fast refueling and therefore improved work output! An awesome show with tractor / tanker sets! And a little surprise at the end of the video !
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#XXL #Slurry #FendtMore recently, direct drilling operations have become more popular where the seed is planted directly into non-cultivated soil using a corn drill (Figure 5) typically for winter cereals and forage crops, or a vacuum precision drill typically for maize, soybean and sunflower. Energy conservation and reduced soil compaction are evident advantages of a system that can also combine two, three or four field operations into one.
And in China the number of threshers alone exceeded the combined total of tractors and power tillers, even in 1980. In all of Asia mechanical rice milling for large trade quantities had already been introduced in the late nineteenth century, usually based on steam and later on internal combustion engines. Smaller rice mills have swept across Asia since the 1950s; it is hard to find villages where rice is still pounded by hand.