Comfort And Safety For Long Hours In The Field
(NAPSA)-Today, the average U.S. farmer feeds 155 people. Part of this success is due to a group of dedicated yet largely unheralded agricultural workers, the professional applicators who help ensure a safe and abundant food supply. A Demanding Job They spend long hours in the field, day after day, racing the clock and pushing their application equipment to the limit to spray or spread fertilizer and crop protection products over millions of farm acres. Operating their highly so_phisticated machines is a de_manding job that takes skill, endurance and dedication. The professionals who operate _RoGator self-propelled sprayers from AGCO Corporation, for example, must navigate 33-foot-long machines through narrow rows of crops, while simultaneously controlling multiple switches and functions, including 120-foot spray booms longer than the wingspan of a midsize commercial jet. Comfort and Safety Advances That’s why recent advances in application equipment have fo_cused not only on providing greater precision and productivity, but also improved cab comfort and safety. Enhancements to RoGator include: design with large windows on all four sides, including a wide, panoramic front windshield and curved windows in the corners. firmer footing; and a lower first step from the ground onto the walkway. - tors don’t have to reach or search for a control while operating the machine. cab virtually dust- and odor-free. noise. comfortable ride over rough field terrain.
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Cab comfort and safety features help application equipment operators protect our crops so America can continue to feed the world.