In this interview with RealAgriculture Machinery Insider Walkabout Mother Bin CEO/Founder Dave Hedt at the 2023 National Farm Machinery Show. Watch the interview, originally posted on RealAgriculture February 21, 2023, now.
In this interview with RealAgriculture’s Bernard Tobin, Hedt says the grain storage unit is a great option for farms who experience labour shortages and harvest bottlenecks. “A Walkabout Mother Bin is the in-field storage solution that keeps farms of any size running at peak efficiency,” he says.
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A Walkabout Mother Bin is an innovative and important piece of farm equipment that dramatically increases harvest productivity for North American grain farmers. Its design is specifically intended to eliminate any bottlenecks that may occur during the harvest season, allowing for a smooth and stress-free process that maximizes profit margins. Dubbed as the missing link between grain carts and trucks, the WMB holds 4,000 bushels, has a 22-inch unloading auger and can load a semi in about two minutes.
Headquartered in Faulkton, South Dakota, Walkabout Mother Bins focuses on quality constructed bins; providing an efficient, easy, and affordable harvest system that limits overhead and downtime for farmers.