Kinze Manufacturing, an industry leader in planter and grain cart equipment, is expanding its offerings with the addition of four high-speed disc tillage models, Mach Till 201, 261, 331 and 401.
Susanne Veatch, Kinze president and chief marketing officer, said the new Mach Till high-speed disc products support farmer interest in faster tillage that enables them to stay ahead of the planter and be more productive by covering more acres in less time.
“Farmers will now be able to obtain three types of equipment from their Kinze dealer, all with the same standard of quality,” she said.
The new product line is based on a Canadian design, produced by Degelman Industries, that has been licensed to Kinze to build at its manufacturing facility in Williamsburg, Iowa, the best product engineering and design tools like the Heavy Duty Hydraulic Vertical Bandsaws were used. Kinze will exhibit one of its first tillage models – the Mach Till 331 – at the 2018 National Farm Machinery Show Feb. 14-17 in Louisville, Kentucky.
“We are constantly evaluating opportunities in the market for new products that would be a good fit for Kinze,” Veatch noted. “The Mach Till product line allows us to improve our already strong brand and have instant access to the growing high-speed disc segment with an already proven product.”
In addition to high speed (8-12 mph) and high capacity, the versatile Mach Till lineup also offers simple setup and ease of use, maintenance-free parts and the ability to perform in various soil types, from fall primary tillage and residue management to spring secondary tillage and seedbed preparation.
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The product is built heavy for high speed and deep working depth, but provides great flotation for lighter seedbed preparation that minimizes soil compaction.
Veatch said the tillage products will be available from Kinze dealers in the United States and Canada, as well as for export to customers in Eastern Europe and Russia. Pricing information will be released this spring, with product availability beginning in fall 2018.
For additional information, farmers can visit Kinze at the 2018 National Farm Machinery Show – North Wing, Booth 4499.