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What is the best self propelled sprayer and what features do you like on them?

We're just starting to look for a good used self propelled sprayer. Thinking JD. We have a pull type now. For those of you with experience with them what are your favorite brands and models and what are the positives and negatives to watch out for?

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Verified FBN Member (IN)

We got our first self propelled this year. Went with an older Hagie. I really like being able to see the booms. I can see when a problem o...

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Verified FBN Member (MI)

If you are interested in a Hagie I have a 2011 sts 10 I am going to part with in another month

It has new leg bushing on all legs, new ti...

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Well keep that in mind as we do our research. Thanks

Verified FBN Member (SA, AUS)

We’re on our 3rd case patriot. Reliable machine. Don’t touch any aim command pro machines.

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Have run 854 Ag chem and JD currently. Older JD don’t have cradle boom so boom tips are in ground more when field has draws. Auto boom hei...

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Verified FBN Member (AB, CAN)

I would go with a Miller/new holland. That’s what i have i can apply fungicide on corn and can see my booms just like haggie. I think that t...

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I second this. We have a Miller Nitro 5275 with auto steer, auto boom height, swath control. It rides great, well balanced, quite in the c...

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Verified FBN Member (NE)

I went with a 1084 SS Rogator last year. very pleased with it. I highly recommend a Rogator machine with Section Control at least. They are ...

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Verified FBN Member (KS)

Have run case and JD. Case is quieter with engine in back. I question their argument about being better balanced though. In case at end o...

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Verified FBN Member (MN)

I just bought my first self propelled sprayer and did a lot of research into this I decided to go with a 1254 rogator reason being is becaus...

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Verified FBN Member (NE)

What is the place in nebraska?

Verified FBN Member (IN)

We prefer a tall sprayer for fungicide applications in corn. Spraying our own fungicide in tasseled corn provides a higher return on investm...

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Verified FBN Member (KS)

I’ve ran spray coup, jd 4025, hagie dts 10, and hagie sts 12. The hagie sts 12 has been my favorite. The Hagie’s aren’t worth the extra expe...

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Verified FBN Member (ND)

I've owned Miller Niro sprayers for years. Well built, commercial grade machine. Good weight balance loaded or empty. 1600 gallon tank is...

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Verified FBN Member (UT)

Deere has a great gps system and that’s what my tractors have so it keeps it easy.

Verified FBN Member (OK)

I run a 2013 Hagie STS12. Purchased new so was before Deere bought them. I really like the front boom and clearance. I think the newer model...

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Verified FBN Member (KS)

I run a2021 sts 16 Hagie 120ft boom spray fungicide on corn 900ac day, have had 5 hagies thelast was 2017the boom on new one much better lov...

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