Becklönne Lademonster transfer hopper: Gets the job done

There's a vast area of maize grown in Germany to feed anaerobic digesters, which invariably means loads of mud dragged out on to public roads at harvest time. Not popular. To address the issue a number of manufacturers have launched transfer hoppers, including this self-powered version from Becklönne

by topliner

30 Jul 2020

German company Becklönne has been making field transfer systems for more than 10 years and in that time has built up a good deal of experience. The idea behind the system is to keep mud in the field and use more efficient haulage on the road.