New Videos, New Trades, and Maybe a New Semi

What a week here in Ohio, warm and mild to start with and now we all know how cold it has gotten. Hopefully Santa and his reindeer dressed warm for last nights deliveries. Here at our shop, if any of you remember or have seen our F-450 flatbed dually truck, the motor gave out on it Monday, a full rebuild puts it out for 3 weeks. For a truck with 270,000 miles, it has delivered A LOT of equipment over the past 9 years so we plan to keep it around. Our next adventure includes a Freightliner with a Detroit Diesel motor. This will make hauling big equipment a more relaxing adventure. As we move into 2021, the month of January used to be filled with farm shows. It will be interesting to see how we are able to continue to connect with customers throughout that time of no farm shows. With the end of the year approaching, be sure to contact us for any equipment needs.


Have a great weekend and feel free to call 419-953-8500.

Merry Christmas From Fennig Equipment
Sunflower DiskSantas sleigh is loaded and headed for Wisconsin Monday morning. This Sunflower Disk Sold on Auctiontime to a happy customer. Thanks to the internet, your next tool is just a phone call away.
2011 Freightliner Detroit Diesel
After our F-450 Flatbed dually had an engine failure, this 2011 Freightliner Detroit Diesel is the potential new tow truck at Fennig Equipment

Talking Closing Wheels with Jared Chester from Becks Hybrids

Over the past decade we have tested and sold several types of closing wheel systems. Today there are only a few that our salesman will carry in their back pocket. Shorter spikes make sense in most conditions whether it is a steel or a poly spike closing wheel. No matter the tillage practice that principle remains the same: Crumble sidewall created by force planter gauge wheels put on soil, remove air pockets by putting down pressure on seed, and maximizing soil contact around the seed. The short spike does all of these things well with very little down pressure required on the seed.


closing wheels

closing wheels

closing wheels 


A New Spin on Fertilizer Placement

The Triple Threat Fertilizer System

The Y Drop vs. Coulter dilemma will go on forever because they each offer their own advantage that shines in certain scenarios. That is why we designed the triple threat system. Same amount of fertilizer just placed more efficiently in 3 zones vs 1. Some to feed the corn now and some for later. The coulter does a great job of injecting oxygen into the roots while the y drop places fertilizer at the base of the plant. Get the best of both worlds now!



Available on Fast, Blu-Jet, Clymer, Yetter, Ag Systems And several other coulter configurations are available. We provide all plumbing and orifices needed to setup.


New YouTube Videos This Week

We are continuing to add new and fresh content every week to keep our customers engaged with what we are up to. Enjoy these recent videos, we currently have 702 subscribers YouTube Subscribers, help us reach 800 by subscribing today!

Used Items This Week

Krause 25' 8000 Excellerator Very well kept, single owner, blades measure 21.5"


Located in Coldwater, OH

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