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These Combine Headers Suit Any Conditions
Many Canadian and Midwest U.S. grain farmers are choosing Honey Bee Manufacturing’s AirFLEX NXT combine headers to tackle harvest challenges.
    “We sell premium products to farmers looking for more innovative and closer to the field equipment,” says Spencer Groth, Marketing Manager. “We’re not a bulk, wholesale store but rather a niche manufacturer.”
    The unique AirFLEX headers come in 25, 30, 36, 40, 45, and 50 ft., plus the new 60-ft. selection. All headers feature flex or rigid choices at the push of a button and are suitable for a variety of crops including cereals, oilseeds, lentils, peas, plus many more.
    Honey Bee’s exclusive air systems feature onboard tanks and compressors, which allow air to be added or released from supportive airbags. Sensing capabilities can be automatically switched from gauge wheel operation to direct off the cutter bar.
    The AirFLEX NXT’s underside skids are also adjustable from the cab. Additionally, all cutting bars feature several pivot points to accommodate rolling fields.
    “No one else is using this air system,” Groth explains. “We’ve fine-tuned it on our machines for 8 years now, and we’re definitely in proven concept territory.”
    Headers fit all combine brands with specially manufactured adapters.
    “We build adapters to fit them all,” he says. “If a combine has enough power to lift the header, we’ll have an adapter ready for it.”
    The independently suspended cutter bar and air system allow lower cutting, even shaving of the ground. Additionally, it works well in muddy or otherwise challenging fields.
    Honey Bee’s AirFLEX NXT headers are manufactured in Frontier, Sask., and sold through dealerships across North America.
    Groth encourages interested farmers to contact them through the website or their closest dealer for information and pricing details.
    Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Honey Bee Manufacturing, P.O. Box 120, Frontier, Sask., Canada S0N 0W0 (ph 306-296-2297; info@honeybee.ca; www.honeybee.ca).

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