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Harvesting efficiency of combines

Authors: Home, D. S.
Description: The reduction of the farm labor force, the increased size of farms and the need for greater farm profits have necessitated the development of farm equipment which will reduce manual labor, work more efficiently and produce better crops at lower cost. The combine being the machine on which the farmer relies to collect the fruits of his labor and in most cases the most expensive item on the average farm, plays a major Part In efficient crop production. The harvesting efficiency of a combine depends on how well and how quickly the following operations can be performed
Keywords: harvesting efficiency of combines
Citation: Home, D. S. 1962. HARVESTING EFFICIENCY OF COMBINES. Canadian Agricultural Engineering 4(1):27-29.
Volume: 4
Issue: 1
Start page number: 27
End page number: 29
Date: 1962
Coverage: Canada
Located in: Volume 4 (1962)

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