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€199 000 Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2013
Hours Run
1,687 h
Mileage
SERVICES
  • Online consulting
  • Online contract
  • Delivery possible

Combine harvesters

€235 000 Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2017
Hours Run
73 h
Mileage
SERVICES
  • Online consulting
  • Online contract
  • Delivery possible

Offers

Price upon request
Construction year
2015

Harvester heads/attachments

€832 Net Price
Construction year
1987

Harvester heads/attachments

€1 946 Net Price
Construction year
2000

Harvester heads/attachments

€624 Net Price

Harvester heads/attachments

€6 000 Net Price

Harvester heads/attachments

€6 500 Net Price
Construction year
1998

Other harvester equipment

€75 000 Net Price

Harvester heads/attachments

€23 900 Net Price
Construction year
2018
€65 000 Net Price
Construction year
2015
€7 000 Net Price
Construction year
2009

Combine harvesters

€2 219 Net Price
NO PRICE RATING

Other harvester equipment

€125 000 Net Price

Other harvester equipment

€85 000 Net Price
Price upon request
Construction year
2013
€23 000 Net Price
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
1996
€150 000 Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2019
€153 781 Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2016
Hours Run
181 h

Combine harvesters

€58 717 Net Price
VERY LOW PRICE
Construction year
2004
Hours Run
1,600 h

Harvester heads/attachments

€34 000 Net Price
Construction year
2016

Harvester heads/attachments

€11 000 Net Price
Construction year
2008
€95 000 Net Price
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2019
Hours Run
889 h
€19 503 Net Price
LOW PRICE
Construction year
1991
Hours Run
2,587 h
€28 800 Net Price
VERY LOW PRICE
Construction year
1999
Hours Run
3,719 h

Harvester heads/attachments

€23 533 Net Price

Other harvester equipment

€12 800 Net Price
Construction year
2010

Combine harvesters

Price upon request
Construction year
2009

Combine harvesters

€17 700 Net Price
VERY LOW PRICE
Construction year
2000
Hours Run
6,250 h

Harvesters

€2 477 Net Price
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2004

Harvester heads/attachments

€7 500 Net Price
Construction year
2006

Harvester heads/attachments

€4 916 Net Price
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Best modern harvesting machines

Whether applied to crop handling or tillage, modern harvesting machines are built around automation, making agricultural harvesting work as efficient as possible. By using these highly varied and technical machines, farmers can produce and process more material in less time and thereby make more profits in the process.

Combine harvesters

The modern combine is a versatile machine that – yes – combines three operations essential for harvesting grain crops: reaping, threshing and winnowing. With the initial reaping of cereals being done by the sharp pincers of a harvester’s header, a good rule of thumb when buying a harvester is that the wider the header, the more efficient the harvesting process. On Tradus, popular brands include Claas, John Deere, New Holland and Massey Ferguson.

Harvesters

When it comes to harvesters, the variety is staggering. Name a crop and you can find a specialized machine, all built for speed – whether pullers for carrots, onions and beets, full plant harvesters for hemp, or logging machines. Key brands often found on Tradus include Valmet, Ponsse, John Deere and Loglift.

Forage harvester

Whether attached to a tractor or as an independent unit, forage harvesters – also known as silage harvesters, foragers or choppers – cut and gather grass, corn or hay. With the shearing complete, the silage is then chopped further and blown into an accompanying hauling vehicle. The harvest is then taken to a storage silo, where it can ferment to become animal feed. At Tradus, you can shop for used forage harvesters from brands such as Claas, John Deere and Krone.