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The wet conditions of this harvest across the Corn Belt reminded me of an image shared with me by the good folks at Claas.
This picture of a Crop Tiger rice harvester was taken in Southeast Asia. To get the machine from field to field, the farmers have to mount it spanning two canoes to get it across the canal.
Claas manufactures the tracked rice harvesters in India, and has done so since 1993. With two factories in India, Claas makes machinery for across Asia and Africa, which share a growing demand for agricultural mechanization.
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