Once he ran a Drago, he knew he made a smart decision.

“We tend to accept the fact we're going to have yield loss every year. Well, I wasn't happy with that.”

Kansas farmer Josh Koehn said he grew accustomed to the sound of kernels pinging off his combine windshield during harvest. “It’s how we’ve always done it and think that’s as good as it’s going to get.”

He said the Drago GT, with its automatic self-adjusting deck plates and QuadSuspension™ deck plate shocks, was the change he was looking for.

Take a look at his experience with the Drago GT and how it compares to the green brand he grew up with – click the link below: