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CrustBuster 4750 All Plant Drill

CrustBuster 4750 All Plant Drill

CrustBuster 4750 All Plant Drill

Finish planting season in less time by drilling fields in 50’ widths. CrustBuster’s new 4750 All Plant Drill is built to withstand the toughest no-till conditions. This drill will quickly fold down to a narrow transport width of 16’8”. A choice of 7-1/2” or 10” spacing is available.

The 4750 has proven and reliable standard features that include the Parallel Linkage Opener that maintains constant down pressure throughout its 10” of operating range and the Wobble Slot for precise metering of various kinds seed. A standard Hydraulic Seed Drive provides variable rate control, individual section shut-off control and reduces the need to change sprockets. An optional mechanical drive is also available. This three section drill has a total box capacity of 178 bushels. Heavy duty wheels include walking tandem wheels on the center frame. The All Plant Drills are available in sizes from 10’ to 60’. This series of drills are designed to plant seed in heavy residue, no-till field conditions as well as in minimum till and conventional. They all have the ability to plant a wide variety of seed as well as cover crop seed.

For more information visit www.crustbuster.com; phone 620-227-7106.

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