Landoll introduces its new 9600 Series field cultivator line that is available in eight working widths from 20 to 50 ft. The new series is designed to help producers meet the short timeline that occurs each spring and fall prior to planting seasons.
 
“Not only are the new 9600 Series models designed to cover large-acreage fields quickly and smoothly, but they’re engineered for unmatched residue clearance, both under the frame and between shanks,” says Jamie Meier, Landoll Ag sales manager. “Our 'split-the-middle' shank arrangement splits the center of each sweep path for excellent and consistent mixing of soil, chemicals and residue throughout the soil profile. Despite the ultimate 6-in. spacing between shanks, each frame features 135-in. fore-to-aft depth and 30 in. between ranks for maximum residue clearing capabilities.”

The 9600 Series field cultivators are also designed to save time when switching from one field to another, Meier relates. Three- and five-section models hydraulically fold to a maximum transport width of 17 ft. 4 in. and a maximum transport height of 13 ft. 11 in. for safe travel over the road. Upon arrival at the field, the single-point depth control feature allows quick adjustment of operating depth, which is automatically maintained by the self-leveling hitch.

Additional options include a choice of spring-tension shanks with a 10-in. trip height and 190-lb. point load, or two-piece S-tine shanks. For handling tough conditions or further improving the seedbed, any of the 9600 Series models can be additionally equipped with a 4-row coil tine harrow, 5-row spike harrow, 3-row tine and reel, or 3-row spike and reel.

The suggested retail price ranges from $29,200 to $83,000, depending on size and options.

For more information, visit www.landoll.com.