What notill drill would be a good choice?
I am kicking around the idea of changing notill drills. We have a John Deere 1590 20 foot. I want to go to 30 foot but don't really want to go to an air seeder.
I think to really reccomend a air seeder we need more info.
What your ground like? Is it rocky or pretty tame? Hilly or flat?
I’m using a Great Plains drill but like the job the Horsch drill is doing for an air drill. It has paired rows and pretty versatile can run ...More
I use a Great Plains 3S 4000 6375-03 that is a 3 section front fold 40 foot 63 rows on 7.5" spacing with hydraulic down pressure. The d...More
Very pleased with our JD 1990 CCS. Works well with mixes.
I have a 750 and 1590 that I pull together, the 1590 has all the redesigned elements of the 750, bearings etc. I can buy all the high wear ...More
I have a Krause 5200 NT, which is now Kuhn. It is 20ft 7.5” space no till drill. I get parts at **** Deere. Does fine in hard ground. ...More
Don’t overlook the Great Plains drills with the colter in front of the double disc opener. Works well in heavy trash, but also can plant til...More
I use a houch hutch and pull 2 15 foot jd drills, probably a little old fashion but easy to get down the road, takes a few extra minutes to ...More
Had a Krause air drill . very good placement. But hard to get parts . Seed size didn't matter. Have a 40 ft jd air seeder now. Can plug with...More
Got a sunflower 9421 25 ft drill had it for ten years very simple and low maintenance will drill threw hard ground sometimes has issues dril...More
I had a wheat scout say that a John Deere drill does the best job - 750, 1590, or 1990 CCS
I wish Deere made a 30' folding drill version of the 750-1590 style. I like the single disk openers, but am not sold on an air seeder for mi...More
I really like the **** Deere on how it works. It can be difficult to get around since the row units aren't high enough when out of the groun...More
Made in Dodge City KS there are some on TractorHouse right now I looked on there Friday.
It’s fine in hard ground but one thing I don’t love is you have to adjust down pressure on every row. From 90-450 lbs if memory serves me co...More
I also hear awesome things about Crustbusters in No-till conditions.
Awesome. I will need to look into one. Hopefully there is one close by. Thanks.
I have a 4740 Crustbuster all plant 10” spacing and plant in standing corn stalks all the time. Love the drill. Just my thoughts.
How does it do in hard ground? How do the disks hold up? Does it disturb the ground very much? I really like how the the Deere leaves everyt...More