The largest amount of acres that we harvest is hard red winter wheat. We harvest wheat from Texas to Montana and some in North Dakota. For headers we use draper header that is built by MacDon for Case. Header size is up to 40 feet.
The second most acres and highest yielding crop that we harvest is corn. It yields up to 250 bu/acre.
Grown in Montana, South Dakota, and North Dakota, it is either straight cut or picked up from windrows.
Durum that we harvest is grown in North Dakota. We harvest it with either our draper heads or we use pickup attachments to harvest the windrows.
Canola is an oil seed that we harvest in North Dakota. It is windrowed and then we use pickup headers.
This is a special barley that is grown for the malt barley industry
We harvest a lot of acres in Kansas in the fall. Milo can produce high yields of 140-150 bushels per acre dry land. We either harvest with our draper heads or use a row head.
Are harvested in the fall with either a row head or a special flex cutter bar head.
Mustard is harvested with either a draper head or pickup head and grown in North Dakota.
We harvest these in western Kansas using a special pickup head.