Milling, threshing, chopping, sugarcane crushing, pumping of water, and the like are extremely power-intensive but need little control. Moreover, both stationary and mobile sources of power can be used for them.
Of all land preparation operations, primary tillage (breaking soil, often combined with turning its top layer) is the most power-intensive. It is also usually the first use of a new source of power. Investment in animal-drawn harrows occurs later and is usually much less than investment in plows.
** Here we go, let's go harvesting with one of the largest combines on the market today - only the Claas 8900 is comparable in terms of Hp only, and we know Mike likes HP ♂️ But in saying that we all know there's alot more to combining than just hp, so let's check it out! ** Mike is also getting used to the joystick drive system haha.. ** Also, Mike was kinda excited to finally get his flags up and flying, if you couldn't tell! Only took most of harvest ♂️ ** Well, you know theses videos are seriously delayed.. So if you want up to date, and exclusive content, you know where to find it https://www.patreon.com/bePatronu=25010547Thus, huge savings in labor have accrued from engine-driven mechanization systems in the developed world, which in turn have been rapidly followed by rural depopulation. The societal impact of rural depopulation has not been adequately addressed.