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CASE STUDY 2 - Australian Farm

Farm of 14,000 acres sown primarily to wheat, harvested using a Claas combine and a Massey Ferguson baler.

Farmer cited retention of weed seeds as a major benefit – "We are multiple wheat croppers and our weed burden is our biggest enemy" - plus the additional revenue stream from the sale of the baled straw. Saving of time, fuel and labor were also major benefits.

"The fields are ready to seed, with no burning off, and the baler runs far more reliably using the hydraulic system rather than a PTO."
- Western Australian farmer, Terry Clune

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