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Comparing the iHSD + Seed Terminator

Ben White joins us for the second webinar of our series “Chaff carts, sheep and seed destroying mills”!

Ben is an agricultural engineer and the Manager of Research and Development for the Kondinin Group. During harvest 2017 Ben visited a number of grain growers in WA who were using either the Seed Terminator or the integrated Harrington Seed Destructor.

Ben looked at all of the issues with these machines from fuel use, to power requirement, to reliability and more for a Farming Ahead Research Report. Ben shares what he learnt about the two machines and will discuss some of the strengths and weaknesses of each. You can watch the webinar in full below and you can read the Research Report in full here.

 

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