Publication date: February 2015 - No. 61
Format: downloadable pdf - 10 pages
An in depth look at Harvesters – running costs and what new equipment is on the market in our comprehensive Research Report.
There is no doubt harvesters are getting bigger. It would be easy to spend more than $600,000 on a Class 9 harvester and that’s just for the machine, not a front, chaser bin, ute, trailer and tools and the like. This report provides a comprehensive overview of the costs of running these machines on a day to day basis.
Delivered to you inside the February 2015 edition of Farming Ahead, this is your opportunity to explore, examine and apply these findings to your farming practice.
- Harvester running costs
- Variable costs
- Overhead costs
- Work rates
- The options – buy or contract
- Calculating the Return On Investment
- Compare like for like
- Biggest front gets down to business
- More powerful Case IH 40 series harvesters due mid-year
- New Holland rolls out the big guns
- Gleaner goes Class 8
- Deere S Series upgraded
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