Geringhoff Independence To Make North American In-Field Debut At HHD

The Independence prototype features an advanced, corn harvesting technology designed to efficiently harvest the incredible corn crops of the next decade.

Published on: Sep 5, 2013

Geringhoff announces the North American in-field debut of their future concept corn header. During Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, NE, the demonstration is scheduled to run September 10th to the 12th. The Independence prototype features an advanced, corn harvesting technology designed to efficiently harvest the incredible corn crops of the next decade.

Advances in seed genetics and growing methods predict yields to average over 200 bushels/acre by 2020. Geringhoff is working alongside those leaders who are advancing the yields of the North American corn crops. The largest seed companies, the nations most progressive farmers and cutting edge scientists are creating crops that demand the features of Gerinhgoff's next generation corn head design. During harvest of 2013 the Independence will be utilized across the country in private research fields to harvest the crops of industry visionaries.

Geringhoff Independence To Make North American In-Field Debut At HHD
Geringhoff Independence To Make North American In-Field Debut At HHD

Geringhoff's Independent technology allows the harvest of any planting configuration, any density or the astonishing new modified seed concepts. Over a decade of work and several million $'s in development, Geringhoff engineer's introduce The Independence version 8.2, now ready for its close-up, and you're invited to Grand Island as the Geringhoff takes to the field to formally start the future of corn harvesting.

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