Hay Farmers Can Use iPad With Harvest Tec

March 17, 2016 05:00 AM

If you’re a hay farmer with an iPad, you can now use your Apple tablet as your in-cab display for your Harvest Tec 400T Automatic Applicator system.

The two systems connect via Bluetooth, allowing farmers to monitor and manage the preservative application via their iPad and maximize the quality of their hay crop.

“Moisture, tonnage, and baling rates are all displayed on the screen, along with the volume of product being used,” the company says. “The iPad, or the standard touch-screen display, gives the operator complete control and information. A selection of additional screens provides settings adjustment and job records. The system stores data from 63 jobs by date and time, number of tons baled and product used, along with high and average moisture.”

For more information, visit Harvest Tec.


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