Harvesting corn and corn cobs with a New Holland CR 10.90 on rails

Agriculture Machine

Using a New Holland CR10.90 combine on tracks and an 8-row Geringhoff Horizon Star II header, corn is threshed and made into Corn Cob Mix (CCM). A Chr. Willemsen grinding mill is producing CCM on a separate area. CCM, which is used as pig or cattle feed, contains more protein and energy per unit than whole maize silage. The CR10.90 is still the largest combine that New Holland makes, although the Revelation has subsequently taken its place. Kent farmer Clive Wreathall didn’t let the fact that it was situated in a region that was a stronghold for another brand influence his decision to purchase it.

The CR Revelation 10.90 combine harvester, the pinnacle model in New Holland’s line of combine harvesters, is being demonstrated by MCINTOSH & Son Katanning throughout the southern regions. Aside from the header itself, the major objective is to demonstrate to farmers a variety of features during harvesting, such as tracks, an integrated Harrington Seed Destructor (HSD), an 18.2-meter MidWest dʀᴀᴘᴇr front, New Holland’s IntelliSense ᴍᴀɴagement system, and residue ᴍᴀɴagement system.

Ben Daniell, southern group sales ᴍᴀɴager for McIntosh & Son, claims that the demonstration program was brought about by a rise in market awareness of the new features. The chopper has been improved with a strengthened rotor, longer counter knives, faster chopping that produces a finer sample, and, according to New Holland, a reduction of 50% in long straw. The chaff spreader has also undergone a redesign by New Holland, replacing the conventional impact-based design with a Uɴɪqᴜᴇ air crop flow technology. The Opti Spread straw ᴍᴀɴagement system has been further enhanced with the addition of 25pc stronger hydro motors, V-shaped paddles, and cleaning scʀᴀᴘᴇrs, while the spreading width has been expanded to 13.6m and is controllable from the cab.

Last week, the CR10.90 Revelation combine harvester from New Holland was put to use on a crop of Mace wheat that produced an average of 2.9 tonnes per hectare with a maximum output of 4 tonnes per hectare. Areas that were frosty kept the average down. But IntelliSense is arguably the best feature. The CR Revelation headers are outfitted with a proactive automation system that responds more swiftly and smoothly to changing situations thanks to New Holland’s optional IntelliSense system. New Holland dubbed the technology the “sixth sense” of harvesting since it makes preventative modifications before overload or ʟᴏsses are even in the distance. To increase harvesting productivity, the IntelliSense system combines a number of proprietary New Holland technology with already-existing features.

Let’s see New Holland CR 10.90 on tracks – Corn and Corn Cob Harvest in the ᴀᴡᴇsome video below.

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