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Ag Professionals:

Pre-Harvest Specials: Inspect Early & Save

Good weather and an early planting season in many areas could very well result in an early 2020 harvest. If you haven’t already pulled your CLAAS combine out of the shed, conducted a complete inspection, and replaced any worn or damaged parts – you might end up behind. Don’t wait until something breaks. Order from your CLAAS dealer now and get the best prices on parts and service to maximize uptime.

The advantages of a pre-harvest inspection are pretty clear – avoid potential breakdowns in the field and optimize grain quality. Whether you complete your own inspection or to hire your dealer, remember these key points.

Dealers like volume

Dealers like to keep their service techs productive in the summer to help prevent problems that might arise in the fall. They will appreciate – and reward – customers who can help them do so. Does your operation own more than a single combine or forage harvester? How about tractors? Consider taking them in when business is slower. The best time of year? The winter.

Thinking of trading?

Whether you are thinking of trading in your combine next year or not, you should be prepared in case a trade-up opportunity presents itself. Your dealer may make you an offer on a new machine that is too good to pass by. If your trade-in has been through a factory-authorized shop with certified service techs and is ready-to-go to the field, you’ll have a greater opportunity to get top dollar for your trade.

Respect for your maintenance record

It’s a fact. Banks, equipment dealers, and used combine buyers have great respect for machine owners who take good care of their machinery. Buyers will pay a higher price if you’ve got a stellar maintenance record with factory-trained and certified providers.  Remember, even if you decide to do your own service work, it’s important you keep stellar maintenance records.

Uptime, uptime, uptime

Obviously, you want your machine to be ready-to-go to the field the day you pull it out of the shed. Your dealer wants you to be trouble-free, too. Your CLAAS dealer’s service department will often put your breakdown calls at the top of the list if your machine has been through their dealer pre-harvest inspection. If you’re willing to plan ahead and be proactive you better believe your dealer will be at your beck and call should you need assistance during the harvest.

 
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