TRIBINE Harvester will be at the 2017 Indiana-Illinois Farm and Outdoor Equipment Show, December 12-14th, Indiana State Fairgrounds
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Tribine is proud to announce the promotion of Dillon Thompson to the new position of Chief Engineer
TRIBINE is one of the recipients of the AE50 award for Outstanding Agricultural Machinery Innovation 2016, from The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE)
Tribine Harvester LLC today announced that their 2017 production model machines would be equipped with twin 9.0-liter Cummins engines. This running production change will boost the TRIBINE’s continuous horsepower from 590 to 650,
TRIBINE is a new harvester architecture where every detail of the machine has been designed for greater efficiency, throughput and ease of operation. The TRIBINE far exceeds the specifications of a conventional harvester in multiple key areas.
TRIBINE will be hosting their first live open demonstration of the TRIBINE in Burdett, Kansas at 10am on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.
The all new Tribine is designed to give the farmer more control of the harvester. This is clear in the design and function of the worlds largest threshing and cleaning system with adjustable on the go concaves and rotor vanes.
For many people looking at the Tribine in the field at the Farm Progress Show in Boone the question was ‘how does it reduce compaction?’ You first see a Tribine harvester on four large tires, harvesting and then carrying up to 1000 bushels of grain through a field. How can such a vehicle reduce compaction and help yields?
Willie Vogt interviewed the President of Tribine Harvester, Ben Dillon, during the Farm Progress Show 2016
The entire team at Tribine Harvester, LLC is celebrating today, as the first all new TRIBINE’s have left the final assembly area at the factory in Newton, Kansas. TRIBINE is the first fundamentally new harvester architecture since WWII, with innovation in many different areas of the design, to help farmers operate in a more productive and efficient way.