Earthmaster Returns to its M&W Roots

February 16, 2011 11:51 AM

Built as a one or two-pass vertical tillage tool, the Verti-Go is available in a 34’ width with additional models on the way. The company is aiming to increase their footprint in the tillage market and tap the company’s history with the M&W line. The Verti-Go is built with the same parts found on the Earthmaster Deep Ripper.

web DSC 0019Outfitted with Soil Razor VT blades from Ingersoll, the blades feature a slight concavity and the saw tooth profile cuts through residue. For a smooth finish, the tool is outfitted with 17” diameter rolling baskets. It is designed to be run 8 to 9 mph and requires 7 to 8 hp per foot of working width.
The company tested the Verti-Go on farms ranging from Texas, to Iowa, to Nebraska this past fall.
List price for 34’ model: $74,218.

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