Chaff bridging sensors born on farm

NECESSITY is the mother of all invention it is said, so after spending time unblocking the chaff mills due to intake bridging, Cuballing entrepreneur Alex Newman came up with a solution as noted in this month’s Research Report.

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When helping his father Roger at harvest, Alex noted that mill blockage monitors on existing systems use low mill-speeds to identify blockages, but by this stage, it can be too late to reduce speed

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