New Tillage Options From the Land Down Under

February 3, 2017 10:44 AM
Speedtiller Powerflex

An Australian family-owned ag machinery company is hoping to make a splash in the U.S. K-Line Ag recently announced it is launching a subsidiary company in North Dakota and will offer its Speedtiller line to U.S. and Canadian farmers.

“As a family of farmers, we not only understand the agricultural industry from firsthand experience, but [also] have a deep-rooted passion for it,” according to Bill Larsen, director of sales and marketing. “By opening a U.S. operation and continuing to manufacture industry-leading equipment such as the Speedtiller Powerflex, we hope to make tilling more efficient for farmers worldwide.”

Larsen says the Powerflex is the flagship implement in K-Line Ag’s lineup. It is equipped with 31 separate 24-inch discs and can size, mix and incorporate high levels of corn, soybean and cereal crop residue. It has a maximum digging capacity of 348 lbs. per disc and can be operated in “Full Float Mode” or “Non-Float Mode,” depending on the terrain.

Larsen notes several other features, including:

  • Disc and roller pressure can be varied on the go
  • Increased digging capacity
  • Lower machine damage in rocky soils
  • High performance in soft, wet or sandy soils
  • Simple machine setup, including hydraulic on-the-go adjustment

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Spell Check

Frank Howald
Woodland, CA
2/3/2017 11:47 PM

  Would like to see one in action personally. Very interested.


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