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No references because of poor seeding conditions!

Did you leave your number in case there’s perfect conditions some time?

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Ordered 6 Technotills this morning. They will not be available till end of July.
Going to pull 6 packers off a Maxim II that has 1" dutch openers on it and give they a try for myself!!

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Ordered 6 Technotills this morning. They will not be available till end of July.
Going to pull 6 packers off a Maxim II that has 1" dutch openers on it and give they a try for myself!!

How heavy your trips? will you be putting them on one specific section of your drill...side by side? what about your gang packers?


like i mentioned, we have been really happy with them over the years. hope you have a good experience.
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Look at that residue management! @ 3:30



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jackaroo - trips are rated at 400 lb, 1x2" shanks
because packer gangs are short on this drill will only be pulling one packer wheel off so as to not increase packing by other wheels by too much
my plan anyway!


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No references because of poor seeding conditions!

Did you leave your number in case there’s perfect conditions some time?
Our combine had high losses because the crop was so heavy!
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I've been wanting to hear more about these as well. Will be curious to hear some results
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Well I sure don't see or hear of too many folks using them and I have had my share of ribbing over the years, but they do work as advertised and I forgot to mention they really shine on wet springs and maybe a slight advantage on dry but at either end of the spectrum nothing works anyways...they allowed us to afford the jump from minumum tillage to basically 0 disturbance quickly at a time when it was more cost prohibitive to do so. He, he...the ribbing usually slows down a notch when the crop comes up. My neighbours all 0 till as well and there are alot of differrent seeding tools around here...and although there are definately advantages and disadvantages, everyone usually manages to seed a **** of a crop...
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