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A harvester is an agricultural adaptable machine created for effectively harvesting crops in the fields. The design and functions of harvesters vary according to the crop. This machine has the capability to perform various operations like threshing, reaping, and winnowing in a single process. The price range of the harvester machine is Rs 15.50–26.70 lakh.

In farming, there are several machines used for harvesting, like Binder, Combine Harvester, Corn Harvester, Sugarcane Harvester, Turmeric Harvester, Paddy Harvester, and Forage Harvester. 

Binder Harvester: 

In 1872, a jeweller from Janesville, Wisconsin, Charles Baxter Withington, invented the binder. A binder is a multifunctional harvester machine used to reap the crop and, at the same time, bind it with a string. In 1850, the first patent for a self-tie binder was issued. 

Binder machines are primarily used to harvest and bind low-stemmed crops such as wheat, rice, barley, oats, and straw, among others. 

Combine Harvester: 

A combine harvester is an agricultural machine that is used for cutting and threshing grain. This machine is a combination of operations like threshing, reaping, and winnowing into a single process. This machine harvests crops like wheat, rice, oats, sunflowers, flux, soybeans, corn, and rye.

Header Chauffeur sieve, Reel, Grain sieve, Cutter bar, Grain auger, Elevator canvas, Tailing auger, Feeder canvas, and other components make up a combine harvester.Tail board, feeding drum, straw spreader, threshing drum, return conveyor, concave unit, shaker, fan, grain elevator, and grain container.

The functions of a combine harvester are to cut the standing crops, feed the cut crops to a threshing unit, threshing the crops, cleaning the grains from straw, separating straw and grains, and collecting the grains in a container or a cylinder. 

Paddy Harvester

This machine harvests wheat and rice grains, integrating the functions of paddy cutting, threshing, and seed cleaning. The combine paddy harvester is ideal for both dry and wet paddy fields in plains, mountains, and hills.

Popular Harvesters by Brand:

  • Kartar 4000 
  • Preet 987 
  • Dasmesh (9100 Maize)
  • Paddy Shaktimaan Shaktimaan Shaktimaan Shaktimaan Shaktimaan
  • Grain Harvester John Deere W-50
  • ACE (ACW-101)
  • DC-68 G-HK Kubota Harvesking
  • Claas Crop Tiger 30 Terra Trac
  • Arjun Mahindra 605

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FAQ about Harvester:

What is the cost of a harvester machine?

The cost range of this machine is 15.50–26.70 lakh.

What are the most popular harvester machines in India?

Answer: The most popular harvester machines are Kartar 4000, Preet 987, Dasmesh 9100 Maize, Shaktimaan Paddy Master 3776, John Deere W 50 Grain Harvester, ACE ACW-101, Kubota Harvesking DC-68 G-HK, Claas Crop Tiger 30 Terra Trac, Mahindra Arjun 605

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