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What strip till machine do you guys recommend? Benefits to strip till that you’ve seen?

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I hope to hear other member's opinions on this. A great article is available at https://cropwatch.unl.edu/tillage/stripman. It doesn't get i...

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Verified FBN Member (TX)

I hear these are good.

Just came across this one about a month ago.

Would like to hear what people have to say about them. This is an older...

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Verified FBN Member (TX)

Was told dont need tools to move anything on this piece of equipment that is one thing that really like to hear about it

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These machines only are capable of a depth of 12” inches max . We run one of their newer 1200 ‘s 16 row and generally run it 8” deep and hav...

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so you strip in the spring ? how many units of n do you put down? liquid or dry? thanks

Verified FBN Member (IN)

We use only dry. Most of the time only 40 units of N.

Verified FBN Member (SD)

We run 1200. 16 row over 4000 acres plus and love the job it makes. We have run it fall and spring but preferably run in spring with no pro...

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That’s a gladiator?

Verified FBN Member (TX)

Did we find out if it is the gladiator he is talking about?

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I like the soil warrior. You can run a shank in the fall and switch over to Coulters in the spring. I have not saw any yield advantage to a ...

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we run a Wako LLC big country wagon in a 60' 24 row 30" set up. it has yetter shark tooth row cleaners a lead coulter then two coulters a ...

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I have a redball, works good but is a bit maintenance heavy. Bought a blu-jet that I am going to run next spring.

I have cut my fuel use ...

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Verified FBN Member (IN)

We have used for many years a yetter 40' toolbar with yetter magnum row units 16x30. We pull a Salford cart behind that has three tanks. T...

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Verified FBN Member (IL)

We run a 1200 16 row gladiator with nh3 and 6 ton dry montag. And a nifty ag 16 row on 18" tracks with Salford 10 ton dry box w/anh3 ammonia...

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We don't use one and probably never will and this last winter/spring/summer rapid snow melt and heavy rainfall solidified that thought. Gul...

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Verified FBN Member (IN)

Very good point about washing. That is why we went low disturbance. You can’t tell we have even been in the field a week after. Check out...

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Verified FBN Member (NE)

I went to Fenning website and all I could see was the Yetter, doesn't look low disturbance to me, looks like all the rest of the tillers. A...

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Verified FBN Member (IN)

Look at the Magnum opener or the Magnum 10,000 opener. You can use it with 82% dry and liquid or even manure.

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Fenning equipment strip till seminar. Tuesday December 10 at 10:30. Speaker ****************** till webinar has been posted

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I run a Niffty Ag Gen 3 unit with a Montag aircart on a landLuvr track toolbar and carrier for the montag and toolbar. Nice unit. 12 row...

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I run a 1200 8 row pulling a lynx ag air cart. We also changed ours over to a mole knife. I like the low maintenance of the gladiator, but i...

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We run a jd 2510 high residue 16row. Works great especially in wet conditions. Been doing strip till for 15 years. The longer you do it the ...

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Verified FBN Member (SD)

NE SD area. We also do custom strip till if anyone is looking to try some out in this area.

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