Moving quickly from field to field during harvest isn’t always about cruising speed — it also hinges on how quickly you can get the header between fields. For those who have to typically remove the header and transport it separately, the Case IH 4400 series corn header may before you. Available in a 6, 8 and 12 row configuration, the 4400 series folds up within the width of the wheels in under a minute, so you can get to the next field quickly and safely.
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Kelly Kravig, of Case IH, walks Bernard Tobin, Real Agriculture field editor, through the features of this new corn head model in the video below. This working model has a harvest under its belt, and was designed not just for ease of transport but also to save more grain, move less material-other-than-grain through the combine and work faster. Kravig explains how it does all that in the video below.
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