Corn has been slow to dry while most of the beans have been cut, and double crops are finally starting to turn. We are approaching the part of fall where moisture stays around a lot longer than it did in August and we never know when we may just stay wet until a freeze. We tackled a few tillage demos on the VRT side this week.
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The Talkin' Shed Podcast by Fennig EquipmentDave Gunkelman Fishing Stories
We mostly talk about Salford tools in this episode, but we did go fishing with Lee and Dave this summer. We razz on Dave frequently because he was the only one of us that lost his lunch over the boat! A great episode talking Salford tools.
Calmer Stalk Rolls vs Yetter Devastator
The title of this section is actually a trick but a common question I get. "I have calmer stalk rolls so I shouldn't need the Yetter devastator". Not true. These 2 great products both manage different parts of the stalk. The calmer rolls do a great job of chopping up the top 3/4 of the stalk, while the devastator comes through and manages what the calmer leaves, the bottom 1/4. These great products should be ran in conjunction with each other to maximize residue breakdown with the corn head.
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- A Deep Dive Into the Salford VRT Variable Rate Tillage Tool
- Side By Side Salford Halo VRT vs Deere 2680
- Salford VRT in Bean Ground
- Two Planters In the New Shop!
What Are We Up To? Assemblies & Installs
Used Items This Week
This week we have a used 30' Salford RTS with Valmar 6056 cover crop seeder mounted on top of it. A great tool to seed cover crops and wheat but also make a seedbed ahead of the planter in the spring.
This unit is located at our Wabash store on State Route 29.
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