How Farmers Were Helped By Machines ?

Every farmer cannot buy combine harvester as it is out of their buying power. Wheat thresher machine is much economical for threshing of wheat crop for a middle farmer. Although combine harvester cuts the crop and threshes it in the same time. But its cost is much high, alternative for this machine is tractor operated wheat thresher machine.

This machine supports most of the time and health for farmers

Modern tractors – Save a lot of time and health for farmers

New Holland 480 and NH Ghazi tractor is preferred to operate wheat thresher machine. The reason for using these tractors is told that tractor does not get heated. Tractors engine remains at normal temperature. While according to feedback Millat’s Massey Ferguson tractors engine gets heated and radiator water level keeps decreasing.
General practice of middle farmers is that wheat crop is harvested manually by labour. After cutting and making crop bales it is collected at a specified place within the field. A tractor is required to operate this thrasher machine. With help of tractor’s PTO this machine get power and performs.

Tractors can operate for hours without heating

This machine can give up to 40 maunds wheat per hour. A tractor or electric motor of 30 to 40 horsepower is needed to run it. Besides wheat, this thresher machine is also useful for Gram, Pulses and Mustard.
A thresher machine is a piece of farm equipment that threshes grain, that is, it removes the seeds from the stalks. It does so by beating the plant to make the seeds fall out.Before such machines were developed, threshing was done by hand with flails: such hand threshing was very laborious and time-consuming, taking about one-quarter of agricultural labour by the 18th century. Mechanization of this process removed a substantial amount of drudgery from farm labour. The first threshing machine was invented circa 1786 by the Scottish engineer Andrew Meikle, and the subsequent adoption of such machines was one of the earlier examples of the mechanization of agriculture. During the 19th century, threshers and mechanical reapers and reaper-binders gradually became widespread and made grain production much less laborious.

You should own this machine if you need to harvest in bulk!

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