What does corn harvester involve?
Corn is one of the world's most important cereal crops. All we eat are the little grains at the top of each stalk. The crops we grow in our fields, such as wheat, barley, and rye, are only partly edible. We can use the seeds at the top of each plant to make products like bread and cereal, but the dry coatings of the seeds are inedible and have to be discarded, along with their stalks.
Before New mode farm harvesting machine small corn harvester was developed, agricultural workers had to harvest crops by carrying out a series of laborious operations one after another. First, they had to cut down the plants with a long-handled cutting tool such as a scythe. Next, they had to separate the edible grain from the inedible chaff by beating the cut stalks—an operation known as threshing. Finally, they had to clean any remaining debris away from the seeds to make them suitable for use in a mill. All this took a lot of time and a lot of people.
Thankfully, New mode farm harvesting machine small corn harvester do the whole job automatically: you simply drive them through a field of crops and they cut, thresh, and clean the grains all by themselves using rotating blades, wheels, sieves, and elevators. The grain collects in a tank inside the combine harvester, while the chaff and the stalks spurt from a big exit pipe at the back and fall back down onto the field.
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