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biglentil's Avatar Sep 18, 2022 | 12:41 61
Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
9.9 , 10 % more and less loss due to more even sieve load
10.9 .15-20% more
Just going by what we seen between the two

NH slightly less fuel / hr
Almost everyone with a case has the shoe swing set in Corn and Bean, put it in the same Small Grain position as a NH and the difference disapears. 15 minute job. Reply With Quote
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  • Sep 18, 2022 | 12:42 62 I really liked the 9240 , but these 9.9’s are another step for sure

    The revelations are much more consistent than the elevation series.
    Elevation’s made in Grand Island
    Revelation’s Belgian
    Significant difference
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    blackpowder's Avatar Sep 18, 2022 | 12:50 63
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    9.9 or 10.9 ?
    10 i believe Reply With Quote
    blackpowder's Avatar Sep 18, 2022 | 12:55 64 Threshing and saving mean more to me than capacity at the 600 hp+ level i think.
    Not crazy about more belts and crap and no reverser. Likely better in wheat. Better chopper for sure.
    Looking forward to automation on next one.
    Learning fun.
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    blackpowder's Avatar Sep 18, 2022 | 12:55 65
    Quote Originally Posted by biglentil View Post
    Almost everyone with a case has the shoe swing set in Corn and Bean, put it in the same Small Grain position as a NH and the difference disapears. 15 minute job.
    Shoe swing? Reply With Quote
    Sep 18, 2022 | 12:57 66
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Threshing and saving mean more to me than capacity at the 600 hp+ level i think.
    Not crazy about more belts and crap and no reverser. Likely better in wheat.
    Learning fun.
    They all reverse rotors now on the NH
    Just a few more belts
    Let us know when you do er , will be interesting 👍 Reply With Quote
    biglentil's Avatar Sep 18, 2022 | 13:14 67
    Quote Originally Posted by blackpowder View Post
    Shoe swing?
    That little block when below is in Corn and bean all Cases come from factory in the CB position, look at a NH it will be in SG. Just make sure the bolt location is moved on the top of that arm as well and turn shoe over by hand without a belt on to ensure no interference. Mine have been in SG for 3 years now.
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  • Sep 18, 2022 | 13:16 68 We did the same on our 9240 , helped a lot

    Gives the shoe slightly more throw Reply With Quote
    Sep 18, 2022 | 13:22 69
    Quote Originally Posted by Hamloc View Post
    Twin rotors and elevation sieve definitely an advantage. From personal experience concave set up on the Case definitely makes a difference. I think the New Holland will be quicker but takes longer to service in the morning.
    Consistently better sample than the case we had even with Madds in the case . Not huge but noticeable Reply With Quote
    Sep 18, 2022 | 13:24 70 Are the CR Elevation and Revelation still options for the current model year or are they named something different? I though the Elevation (Opti Sieve) was the small grains design? I am looking at going 8.90.
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    Sep 18, 2022 | 13:28 71 Murray at MADD concaves probably the best in western Canada on NH or case advice and concave set ups and capacity/ losses experience Reply With Quote
    Sep 18, 2022 | 17:37 72
    Quote Originally Posted by furrowtickler View Post
    Consistently better sample than the case we had even with Madds in the case . Not huge but noticeable
    Furrow last year you were running the case 9240 and a Claas 750, what are you running this year? Reply With Quote
    Sep 18, 2022 | 17:42 73
    Quote Originally Posted by poorboy View Post
    Furrow last year you were running the case 9240 and a Claas 750, what are you running this year?
    Two NH 9.9’s Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Sep 18, 2022 | 18:42 74
    Daughter picking up the last swaths of canola..
    We are done harvest 22. Reply With Quote

  • Sep 18, 2022 | 19:44 75
    Quote Originally Posted by biglentil View Post
    That little block when below is in Corn and bean all Cases come from factory in the CB position, look at a NH it will be in SG. Just make sure the bolt location is moved on the top of that arm as well and turn shoe over by hand without a belt on to ensure no interference. Mine have been in SG for 3 years now.
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    So ours is wrong BL ? Reply With Quote
    biglentil's Avatar Sep 18, 2022 | 21:51 76
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
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    So ours is wrong BL ?
    Yep block on the bottom is Corn and Bean like the little arrow shows, causes more of a kicking action to move heavy cobs out, in small grains its more of a back and forth seiving action. Here is the weird part, you wont find any info on it in the manual, and if you ask a case tech they will tell you that it will destroy your shoe if you change to SG. I guess it would if the bolt on the top of the hanger strap wasnt also moved to the proper location for sg. Then look at any New Holland all in SG position. My losses were cut in half in canola by moving it to sg and I think makes the combine feel smoother.

    You have to support the shoe with some wood blocks or rachet straps to make the change on both sides of the combine.
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  • Sep 19, 2022 | 06:01 77
    Quote Originally Posted by Partners View Post

    Daughter picking up the last swaths of canola..
    We are done harvest 22.
    Wonderful!

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  • Sep 19, 2022 | 06:05 78 Fall weather forecast:








    Blessings and Salutations Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2022 | 08:27 79 Finished up the wheat Saturday night and the last of the barley yesterday then took the headlands off of 6 quarters last night anticipating the rain were having now. Will spend the down time catching up on repairs and sleep. Having a tough time setting the combine in these dry conditions, this rain might make it easier to get a better sample. Reply With Quote

  • Sep 19, 2022 | 10:26 80
    Quote Originally Posted by wiseguy View Post
    Going to be tuf collecting from scic when most others canola is going over 50 !
    Should be easy , their payout way down Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2022 | 10:50 81 Nothing done here for a week. Forecast looks dicey. Back to the normal grind. Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2022 | 12:21 82 Is anyone else having a hell of a time with canola straw not curing? It's been swathed for 20 days. When it's hot and dry out during the day it goes through no problems but any little bit of moisture/fog during the night and I'm not going until mid afternoon. Slow going this last week. Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2022 | 12:34 83
    Quote Originally Posted by Rinker View Post
    Is anyone else having a hell of a time with canola straw not curing? It's been swathed for 20 days. When it's hot and dry out during the day it goes through no problems but any little bit of moisture/fog during the night and I'm not going until mid afternoon. Slow going this last week.
    Certain varieties yes , true pod shatter is worse Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2022 | 12:44 84
    Quote Originally Posted by Rinker View Post
    Is anyone else having a hell of a time with canola straw not curing? It's been swathed for 20 days. When it's hot and dry out during the day it goes through no problems but any little bit of moisture/fog during the night and I'm not going until mid afternoon. Slow going this last week.
    thats the way it was here last year
    this year goes thru like shit through a goose , swathed or standing
    L340 and P505
    more straw in tank then normal and more loss Reply With Quote
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  • fjlip's Avatar Sep 19, 2022 | 12:49 85 Only a RAIN cures/rots the straw. Yes Loss and dirty, heat blasted stems/pods.

    At least swaths, standing I have no clue, won't be doing that ever. Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2022 | 13:10 86 "never" is a long time FJ !!! lol
    you getter done ?
    need a day for canola and a day for alfalfa here
    we're just having a liberal type day here
    not enough rain to do any good , enough to stop us Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Sep 19, 2022 | 14:22 87 Rain Rain go away and bug someone else today.


    We have been sitting since saturday nights showers.

    Today not as bad as some big system south and north of us, we lucked out so far. Reply With Quote
    Sep 19, 2022 | 16:25 88 Thunderstorm while we loaded the last pot today didn,t have to worry about working in dust. I,m sure those yearlings enjoyed me getting soaked. 1.5 inches in the last 3 days made the allyway real nice to work in. Reply With Quote

  • Sep 19, 2022 | 18:12 89
    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cowzilla View Post
    Thunderstorm while we loaded the last pot today didn,t have to worry about working in dust. I,m sure those yearlings enjoyed me getting soaked. 1.5 inches in the last 3 days made the allyway real nice to work in.
    What are you shipping today? Grassers or calves?

    Easier the get splashed up with manure if the cheque is worth waiting for. Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar Sep 19, 2022 | 19:05 90
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    "never" is a long time FJ !!! lol
    you getter done ?
    need a day for canola and a day for alfalfa here
    we're just having a liberal type day here
    not enough rain to do any good , enough to stop us
    Too small to afford another header. Love my MacDon. Majority still swath, cures evenly no spraying ... never green seed/hotspots/spoiled bins. Faster combining, earlier, in swath cure faster...these cool short humid days, I don't know

    About 3 good days left, but days are SHORT...only 1/10 "so far
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