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Yetter Introduces Products For Faster Closing Wheel Changes

The pressure is always on to plant effectively and efficiently. Because Yetter Farm Equipment knows the importance of hitting what are often narrow planting windows, the company is offering a new timesaving tool. The 6200 Interchanger is a replacement piece for each closing wheel nut on the tail wheel assembly. Its design secures wheels in place yet requires only an electric impact wrench or ratchet to loosen wheels when it's time to make a change due to field conditions.
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5 Top Tips For Readying John Deere No-Till Drills

Investing time now to maintain John Deere no-till drills with single-disc openers can head off costly downtime and improve field performance.
John Deere's no-till single-disc opener, such as those used on its 750, 1590, 1850, 1890 and other drills, is the most common drill opener on the market.
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Taking Control Of Your Traffic

Tramlines are an inexpensive way to control traffic patterns, while controlled traffic has greater long-term benefits for no-tillers.
Research from around the world clearly documents that yield losses occur as a result of equipment passes through the field. Yield reductions occur from either direct damage to the standing crop or from the compacting of the soil, or both.
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Gigantic Planter Delivering No-Till To Australian Farming

On a continent where equipment is said to have lagged behind advances in cropping practices, one manufacturer is looking to convert the land to no-till in a very big way.
They're thinking big down under. The 120-foot planter manufactured by Multi Farming Systems is already the world’s largest, the company says, and negotiations are under way to build a 302-foot version at customer request.
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Base Your No-Till Strategies On Technology, Patience

If you can envision a giant “Do Not Disturb” sign stretching over nearly 10,000 acres of northeastern South Dakota farmland, you’ll begin to understand the no-till philosophy of Cal and Erik Hayenga.
When Erik Hayenga's grandfather (Cal’s father) quit raising corn in the mid-’60s because it wasn’t profitable, 40 bushels was a lot more common than 50 bushels per acre and that’s about as high as it went.
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