Agricultural vehicle

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  • Why We Launched Indigo Transport

    The automotive industry boomed in the United States during the mid-twentieth century. This paired with the development of an interstate highway system led to a new method for the transport of agricultural products: trucking. Hauling grain by truck became a potentially cheaper and more efficient alternative to trains and steamships, depending on the distances involved. Access was the critical ...

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  • Dry Grain Bagger
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    Dry Grain Bagger

    As a standard feature, it has a hopper to receive the grain self unloading grain carts or trucks. It has generous dimensions an upper opening the facilitates the task of the operator and it minimizes risks of material losses during bag filling. If the unloading is carried out from trucks with side panel discharge instead of using the hopper an auger hydraulically driven by the tractor is used. ...