It's hard to get all the trash out when there's so much green stuff involved with the organic farming. Plugging up like that is a real pain, fine line between getting it tight enough to get the grain out, and so tight that it plugs when the weeds are tough. Those old machines, as stated, just don't do the job that the new rotary thresh ones do. On the good side, there's a lot more adjusting you can do with the 95, and fine tuning is the name of the game. I can't even think of the miles I walked behind catching the chaff and counting kernels until MOD got things adjusted just right. Then we'd change fields and do it all over again.
With that many green weeds you'll have to watch for heating if you bin it right away. There were times when we'd just run it through an auger and back into a truck a few times. The auger would be right high and we'd wait for a windy day to blow the trash out before the grain hit the truck.
Really enjoyed the video by the way, thanks.