References Keiler 2
All ROPA potato harvesters impress with a variety of practical unique selling points. Particular highlights are the fully hydraulic drive with its own load-sensing hydraulics, telescopic axle, as well as the quiet operation and increased crop protection.
Here are some impressions of the first use experience of ROPA Keiler potato harvesters from various customers in Germany and around the world.
Keiler 2 - KWS Klostergut Wiebrechtshausen GmbH in Northeim, Lower Saxony
Experience report - ROPA Keiler 2 at KWS Klostergut Wiebrechtshausen
Steffen Köhler talks about his experiences with the potato harvester ROPA Keiler 2 during the third harvest at the Klostergut of KWS in Wilbrechtshausen.
As a student of agricultural science, he worked as a trainee at the Klostergut and started working there full-time as a farmer after completing his studies.
In 2018, the ROPA Keiler 2 was purchased and put into operation. With its individually adjustable cleaning units thanks to the completely hydraulic drive, the Keiler 2 is especially gentle on the potatoes, which is particularly valued by this experimental farm.
See the complete article - KWS Klostergut Wiebrechtshausen GmbH
Keiler 2 - Olligs family, Bedburg-Kirchherten, North Rhine-Westphalia
An eye-catcher - Keiler 2 and John Deere 6175R with special design and tyres
The Olligs family runs an arable farm with 250 ha in the Rhineland (Bedburg-Kirchherten). It is a family-run farm with a long tradition that is already in the hands of the third generation.
Potatoes have always been cultivated in Kirchherten thanks to the very fertile soil of the Jülicher Börde.
As a result of soil points between 80 and 95, a loess soil depth between 5 and 10 metres and rainfall between 750 - 900 mm, it is possible to grow not only high-quality potatoes, but also other crops thrive on the high-yield soil of the Jülicher Börde.
Two Keiler 2 - Großmann‘s Feldfrüchte in Vierkirchen-Pasenbach, Bavaria
One of the largest organic farms in Bavaria, Grossmann‘s Feldfrüchte, chooses ROPA
The potato harvest is in full swing at the two-generation farm of Peter Grossmann-Neuhäusler. This is already routine for the well-rehearsed team – but new this season are two ROPA Keilers, which harvest the organic potatoes. The operation is completely mechanized for the planting, care, and harvest of the fields and, thanks to new investments, offers storage capacities for approx. 8,000 t of potatoes. In total, between 40 and 60 seasonal workers are employed at peak times for harvest, care, and storage work.
See the complete article - Großmann's Feldfrüchte relies on ROPA
Keiler 2L - SARL Franquet Prestations in Allibaudiers, France
Potato harvesting with two Keiler 2L - Franquet Prestations and RG Vallèe in France
Video from Agri-91 at our customer Franquet Prestations and RG Vallèe. Since 2020, the two customers harvest using ROPA trailed potato harvesters with overloading bunkers.
KEILER 2 - KARL GRÖSCHL AUS SARCHING, BAYERN
Karottenernte im März in Bayern
Unser Kunde Karl Gröschl aus Sarching bei Regensburg rodet seit Anfang März 2023 Karotten mit seinem ROPA Keiler 2.
Im Dezember letzten Jahres wurden die Karotten mit Vlies abgedeckt um sie vor Frostschäden zu schützen: Der ROPA Keiler 2, mit dem im Herbst z.B. Chipskartoffeln für Crunchips gerodet werden, wurde mit speziellen Scharen, Mittelscheibensech und Rädern zur Tiefenführung und einem anderen Igelband vom Kunden umgebaut. Die Qualität der Karotten ist ausgezeichnet. Diese werden in der betriebseigenen Packanlage sortiert, gewaschen und in verschiedene Gebindegrößen abgepackt.
Keiler 2 - potato harvesting community Regensburg Ost GbR in Kiefenholz, Bavaria
Many thanks to Georg Kramer and Markus Peutl for the immediacy.
Two Keiler 2s - QL-Agrarservice GmbH & Co. KG from Hessisch-Oldendorf, Lower Saxony
Trecker babes - potato harvesting with Theresa: How does the new boss do it?
For the first time, Theresa is the boss and has to prove herself right away during the potato harvest. How is she doing in the leadership position and how is the potato harvest going?