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## How fast can a combine harvester go?

Combine harvester with 36 ft (11 m) head = 21.8 acres/hr (8.8 ha/hr) @ **5 mph (8 kph)**.

## What is the top speed of a combine?

So I calculated Chris Johnson’s top speed using this method and it came in at a much more believable **22.35 MPH**. 22 MPH is a lot faster than the average player and for the fastest man in combine history, it’s much more fitting.

## How much corn can you combine harvest per hour?

It should do **about ten acres per hour**. Width times speed over 8.25 is theoretical field capacity at 100% field efficiency….you can never achieve that unless you have a row that never ends.

## How fast is a harvester?

The autonomous harvester maintains its top speed of **4 miles per hour** for all 8 hours it works. A conventional harvester went 4 miles per hour for the first 4 hours, then went 25% slower than 4 miles per hour for 4 hours.

## How efficient is a combine?

Field efficiencies for a self-propelled combine range from **65-80%**, with typical combines achieving 70% (ASAE, 2011). Efficiency varies due to a variety of factors including turning time, speed, machine width, row length, and crop yield (Hunt, 2001).

## How much corn can a combine harvest in a day?

The average speed of the combine is 4 miles per hour. We are able to pick **between 50 and 75 acres of corn in** one day, or 100 acres of soybeans in one day. We usually combine 10 to 14 hours on a warm, dry day, but we’ve been known to go longer (4 a.m.!) to avoid adverse weather conditions.

## Is 21mph fast?

Yup, reaching a **peak** speed of up to 21 mph is ofcourse deadly quick. It also means that your average speed would be somewhere between 18–19 mph.

## How many acres can one combine harvest in a day?

How many acres can one combine harvest in a day? Newer models of combines can cover about 200 acres on a hot, dry day. However, a modern combine will average about **150 acres per day**.

## How do I calculate acres per hour?

For precise calculations there are 43,560 square feet in an acre, 5280 feet in a mile. 5280 feet x miles/hr x imp. width then **divide by 43560 equals acres per hour**.

## How Today’s combines are divided into classes?

Combines are divided into classes defined by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers. The class of combine is generally determined by the model’s horsepower; the higher the horsepower, the higher the class number. … Today, **large combines make up the majority of harvesters sold**.

## How many acres can a combine harvest per hour?

John Deere’ new X9 1100 Combine holds the capacity to harvest up to **30 acres** of tough and high-yielding wheat per hour. It also harvests up to 7,200 bushels per hour in high-yielding corn.

## How much grain does a John Deere combine hold?

The John Deere S760 Combine has an efficient 9-liter engine that boasts 333 horsepower. Like the S770 model, this machine can hold up to **300 bushels of grain**. It has an unloading rate of 3.3 bushels per second and a total cleaning area of 7905 square inches.

## How much grain does a combine hold?

A combine can hold **almost 200 pounds of grain** and material other than grain (MOG), even after the machine is allowed to “run empty” for several minutes (Figure 1).