Zeroing and leveling your concaves is an important pre-harvest step to ensure you get the best results from your new Kondex concaves.
Kondex has released a new KX7 concave box insert option – the small hole MaxThresh box that is 50% more closed off than the standard MaxThresh box.
From record yields to intense drought, 2021 brought a wide spread of harvest conditions. Learn how KX7 concaves can maximize your harvest.
With crop prices up to 5-year highs, reducing rotor loss with KX7 concaves results in significant savings for harvesters.
Stetzel Farms, Inc. in Roanoke, Indiana was the winning bidder of the Kondex KX7 concaves donated to the Wisconsin FFA Alumni Association's online auction. Hear from Noah Stetzel about his operation and how he came to win this bid.
With harvest finished for many and near completion for others, farmers are beginning to inspect their combines to ensure they are ready for next year. Whether you bring your machine to a dealer or do your own inspections, it’s important to evaluate your harvest performance in addition to grading the remaining life of your harvest components. If your harvest could have been better this year, it’s time to evaluate how to best capture improved results for the season ahead
We’ve all heard the adage, “If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” As farmers ourselves, this saying comes to mind whenever someone shares their experience with all-crop concaves.
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When you think about all the work that goes into nurturing your crops up to the point of harvest – from preparing the soil, selecting seeds, planting, and fertilizing to the countless hours spent monitoring the weather – it’s safe to say we spend most of our season prepping for the most fun (and shortest) part: harvest.
At first glance, you can see that KX7 concaves are different. Their size and design are unique, but these are just the beginning in what sets KX7 apart and contributes to its incredible performance. Let's dig deeper into what KX7 has to offer.