World's biggest forage harvester

Fone, Nick
October 2005
Farmers Weekly;10/28/2005, Vol. 143 Issue 18, p71
Trade Publication
This article reports on the introduction of the self-propelled Big X 1000 forage harvester by Krone. The harvester is fitted with two V6 Daimler-Chrysler engines delivering a maximum of 980hp. Prototypes of the machine are already working with 14-row maize headers in California in 2005. Krone will add smaller 500hp and 650hp harvesters to its line up.


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