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Case IH, Racine, Wisconsin, is expanding its combine lineup with the new 50 series Axial-Flow combines, which includes the new Axial-Flow 250 series combines equipped with optional AFS Command combine automation system. Designed to optimize grain quality and grain savings, the 250 series combines feature 2-speed electric shift ground drive, adjustable rotor cage vanes and an improved feeder house design. Plus, AFS Command automation simplifies harvesting by sensing and optimizing machine settings—regardless of operator skill level. Achieving optimal combine performance requires perfectly balancing ever-changing ground speeds with numerous settings and adjustments throughout a long day of harvesting. Until now, that meant carefully monitoring and tweaking those settings for varying crop conditions and terrain across the field throughout the day. New from Case IH Advanced Farming Systems, AFS HarvestCommand combine automation system—available only on the new 250 series Axial-Flow combines—utilizes 16 sensors to automatically adjust seven combine settings. It reduces the need for operator monitoring and adjustment from 12 down to just three, depending on the level of automation selected. For more information, see a dealer or visit www.caseih.com.

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