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JOHN DEERE C12R - CORN HEADS
You cant offer an incredibly powerful and productive combine without delivering front-end equipment that can keep up with it. Thats why we tag-teamed the X Series and S Series with a new lineup of corn heads from 6 rows to 18 rows in both rigid and folding configurations. These corn heads are built to perform exceptionally well in high-yielding corn.
MORE BUSHELS PER HOUR AND MORE ACRES PER DAY WITH LARGER CORN HEADS
You have more acres to harvest, which means starting harvest earlier and sometimes at moisture higher than 32 percent in order to get all your work completed on time. The solution is the larger CF and CR Corn Heads from John Deere. Available in a wide range of row spacings, theyre designed to match the higher capacity of X Series Combines, letting you harvest as many as 253,721 L (7200 bu) per hour and 2,819,126 L (80,000 bu) per day in high-yielding corn. Additionally, you can harvest 26.3 ha (65 acres) more every day with a 16-row corn head compared to a 12-row corn head at the same ground speed.
Cover more acres per hour and put more clean grain in the tank The larger, 48.3-cm (19-in.) auger with increased torque helps you cover more acres per hour than John Deeres current 700C Corn Heads. It also ensures youre never limited by the corn head feeding rate, even with a larger X Series or S700 Combine in high yielding or high-moisture corn. Whats more, you can reduce the pinching of kernels since the auger has a smaller and more consistent gap between the auger flighting and floor compared to the Geringhoff Rota Disc system.
Relax and enjoy worry-free, automated, on-the-go unloading The massive capacity boost of an X Series Combine with a 16-row corn head means youll need to unload it more often than what youre used to, even if you were running an acre-eating S700 Combine with a 12-row head. Take the worry out of on-the-go unloading by choosing Machine Sync, which allows the combine operator to control the movement of the tractor and grain cart to make unloading easier than ever.
AutoTrac Row Sense is the perfect choice whether you harvest 12 rows at a time or 16 The best way to appreciate the excellent capacity of an X Series Combine is with a 16-row corn head. But if you want to run a 12-row head instead (to better match a 24-row planter, for instance), youll still see up to 222,006 L (6,300 bu) per hour with a C12F and X9 1000 Combine, allowing you to realize plenty of extra performance with a cleaner grain tank sample. To achieve this output, you will need to run faster, which will make you appreciate AutoTrac Row Sense even more. Corn heads enabled with AutoTrac RowSense closely follow the rows with less operator effort. In challenging scenarios such as down corn, terraces, or pivots, it works efficiently while taking the stress off the operator.
ALL-DAY PERFORMANCE IN ALL CROPS AND CONDITIONS WITH JOHN DEERE CORN HEADS
No cornfield is perfect. The John Deere corn head makes the best even better by offering features to help you tackle any field without hesitation, no matter how imperfect the conditions might appear. For instance, with hydraulically adjustable deck plates, you can be sure your corn head is properly set as stalk diameter changes throughout the field. Active end fenders work with the large 48.3-cm (19-in.) auger to help pull in ears that might otherwise be dangling off the end fender, ensuring all kernels enter the grain tank.
Match changes in stalk and cob size throughout the field with on-the-go robust, reliable, and low maintenance (compared to Drago) hydraulic adjustable deck plates.
Quickly harvest less-than-ideal fields Down or leaning crop is no problem with Active End Fenders. They improve harvest in down or flat stalks by letting you maintain a consistent speed without worrying about losing ears. Its a benefit youll notice in the down crop, but it can be equally crucial in standing crop. Plus, Active End Fenders reduce the need to stop and clear crop buildup from the outer row-units.
Decrease harvest loss Longer end fender extensions on rigid and folding corn heads rise higher in the air to help save ears from being tossed over the side. This industry-unique end fender allows the extensions and active end fenders to be installed together while still having the ability to use them independently. On folding corn heads, the end fender extensions will automatically lower when folded.
TREAT RESIDUE LIKE AN ASSET RATHER THAN AN AFTERTHOUGHT
The John Deere CF and CR Corn Heads are built to handle and more effectively use corn residue. You can start managing residue right away during harvest by appropriately sizing and distributing the residue evenly across your field to speed decomposition and improve soil warming to make planting easier and more effective.
Size residue that you desire right at the corn head Compare the RowMax Chopping Stalk Roll to a similar competitive model from Calmer and the benefits are easy to see. RowMax Chopping Stalk Rolls provide 30 percent better wear life, consume less power, and keep more trash out of the combine. They also size 50 percent of the residue less than 15.2-cm (6-in.) long, which speeds breakdown and burial without washing or blowing away in the field.
Reduce tire and track wear and increase trade-in value Minimize tire and track damage with John Deere Stalk Deflectors that are one-fifth the weight of Lankota Stalk Stomper equipment. These John Deere-designed and factory-installed stalk deflectors are lightweight and integrated directly into the frame. Set behind each row, they fracture corn stubble by pushing it down toward the ground, reducing the chance of damage to the tires and tracks of your combine, as well as any other equipment you take into the field. Not only does it extend the life and increase the trade-in value of your tires, it reduces overall maintenance costs.
HARVEST DOWN CROPS WITH CONFIDENCE
You have little control over the challenges that weather can bring. Wind damaged crops are often blown down, hiding the rows and making it nearly impossible to see where to harvest. The AutoPath system addresses these issues by providing accurate guidance lines even when the crop rows cannot be seen.
AutoPath uses data gathered during the source operation (first pass) to map the location of each crop row. This data is used to create a series of guidance lines for the entire field which precisely follows the crop row, regardless of crop condition. You no longer need to manually create or reuse guidance lines, which can be very difficult when crop is down.
AutoPath guidance lines position the machine accurately to start in the right place. When harvesting down crop, it can be nearly impossible to know where to start operating. AutoPath gives you accurate starting points for opening new fields, even in tough field conditions.
AutoPath guidance lines track crop rows accurately, even when rows are not visible. When operating in the field with down crop, it is disorienting to manually drive the machine. Twisted down crops make it easy for you to move off the proper line, increasing harvest time. AutoPath lines accurately follow crop rows, even when they are not visible.
AutoPath guidance lines allow the operator to focus on other important tasks. Harvesting in down crops can be overwhelming. Dealing with down crops increases the chance of slugging the machine. Unloading on the go is even more challenging in down crops. AutoPath gives you accurate guidance in all conditions, including down crops. This allows you to focus on other important tasks like crop feeding or unloading.
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