New Disc Tillage Tools Are Designed To Run At 8-12 MPH

January 31, 2018 02:21 PM
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If you feel the need for speed during tillage, you’re in luck. Kinze Manufacturing announced today that it is bringing four high-speed disc tillage models to market that are designed to function at 8 mph to 12 mph. The models are branded as Mach Till 201, 261, 331 and 401.

Features of the new tools include simple setup and ease of use, maintenance-free parts and the ability to perform in various soil types, from fall primary tillage and residue management to spring secondary tillage and seedbed preparation.  The tools are built heavy for high speed and deep working depth, but provide great flotation for lighter seedbed preparation that minimizes soil compaction, according to a company news release.

The new product line is based on a Canadian design, produced by Degelman Industries, that has been licensed to Kinze to build at its manufacturing facility in Williamsburg, Iowa.

Farmers can get a look at the Mach Till 331, shown below, at the Kinze booth during the upcoming National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Ky.


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