Apple Farm Service combine clinics

Do you own a Case IH or New Holland combine? Or do you run a MacDon Draper head? Apple Farm Service is excited to host their annual Combine Clinics between the dates of Sept. 7 and 14. The Combine Clinics offer an interactive experience to ready you and your machine for this fall’s harvest.

“We are eager and delighted to invite area farmers and offer this educational opportunity,” said Kent Holmes, Apple Farm Service’s Marketing Manager. “If you operate a red or yellow combine this free event should be a huge benefit for you.”

Servicing knowledge is the main objective of these clinics. Regional service and field specialist will be offering discussions, presentations, and equipment walkarounds to prepare the operator and machine for the best harvesting capabilities. 

“We encourage anyone operating or servicing the combines to attend,” said Cole Sanford, New Holland Harvesting Specialist. “Our goal is to help make sure all the loose ends of pre-harvest servicing are covered and you know the best ways to make the most yield with less down-time this fall.”

More specifically, Apple Farm Service will be covering some of these topics: Important updates to your current combine, new helpful part kits, getting your monitor reset and calibrated for harvest, recommended repairs and wear parts to inspect before harvest, tips for optimal harvesting, and Q&A sessions for in-depth questions on your combine.

Alongside the combine clinics, Apple Farm Service will be hosting supplemental clinics for MacDon Draper Heads. Since MacDon heads fit on most brands, anyone with a MacDon head will benefit greatly from the MacDon Header Clinics, even if they run a green, gray, or other color machine. Participants can sign up for multiple clinics if they wish. All clinics are free and include a catered lunch with refreshments.

“We invite anyone with a Case IH or New Holland Combine, whether they purchased it from another dealership, from their neighbor, or from an auction,” Holmes said. “We feel it’s our duty to give you the best tools and advice to make your harvest as efficient and safe as possible.”

Below is a full list of the clinic dates and times. If you are interested in attending any of these free educational clinics, please RSVP before Aug. 31 so Apple Farm Service can order enough meals. You can RSVP online at AppleFarmService.com/CombineClinic or by calling the Covington store at 937-526-4851 and asking for Amy.

Join Apple Farm Service for the following clinics:

Botkins – Wednesday, Sept. 7

The New Holland Combine Clinic – 10AM

MacDon Drapers – 1PM

Breakfast before New Holland meeting, and lunch served between meetings.

Washington Court House – Thursday, Sept. 8

The New Holland Combing Clinic – 10AM

MacDon Drapers – 1PM

Breakfast before New Holland meeting, and lunch served between meetings.

Covington – Tuesday, Sept. 13

The Case IH Combine Clinic – 10AM

MacDon Drapers – 1PM

Breakfast before Case IH meeting, and lunch served between meetings.

West College Corner – Wednesday, September 14th

The Case IH Combine Clinic – 10AM

MacDon Drapers – 1PM

Breakfast before Case IH meeting, and lunch served between meetings.

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  1. Please put me down for Covington combine clinic.

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