windrow

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windrow

[′win‚drō]
(geology)
Any accumulation of material formed by wind or tide action.
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The Hesston by Massey Ferguson WR9900 Series Self-Propelled Windrower has been re-designed to provide increased capacity and operator comfort.
The WR9800 Series windrower now offers a RearSteer option, providing greater ease of transport, higher speed, and enhanced stability at higher speed.
North of Harrisburg, Veldon Kropf - around here, about every third farmer is a Kropf - stands next to his John Deere windrower, an implement that cuts grass and leaves it in a row.
For the tests the various equipment used included a mower, windrower, forage harvester, self-unloading wagon and a blower to put the hay into the drying barn.
Plus, the weight is also evenly distributed from front to back, which is a departure from a traditional windrower.
Specifically, the 9230 windrower features Cummins' 3.
The W260 Self-Propelled Windrower and 500R Rotary Platform are new additions to the John Deere windrower product line.
What he found was a barely used PTO-driven 12-foot John Deere wind-rower, "In our area, the windrower is not widely used," Ken says.
The W235 self-propelled windrower features an all-new cab, a new system for maintaining constant header speed, and 235 rated horsepower with 255 maximum horsepower.
While in this role, he has successfully spearheaded several new product launches, including the Case IH LB4 large square baler, and current launches for the WD3 series windrower, DC3 series disc mower conditioner, and RB565 round baler.
John Deere has announced the adding of the new W235 Windrower to its hay and forage product portfolio for the next year.