Just Launched: Sunflower 4600 Series Disc Rippers

The all-new Sunflower® 4600 Series Disc Rippers are built for North American professional farmers in search of a rugged machine to handle challenging soil and residue conditions. The SF4600 Series combines deep tillage with a proven disc harrow design for...

Just Launched: Sunflower 4600 Series Disc Rippers

The all-new Sunflower® 4600 Series Disc Rippers are built for North American professional farmers in search of a rugged machine to handle challenging soil and residue conditions. The SF4600 Series combines deep tillage with a proven disc harrow design for...

Sunflower 4600 Series Disc RipperThe all-new Sunflower® 4600 Series Disc Rippers are built for North American professional farmers in search of a rugged machine to handle challenging soil and residue conditions. The SF4600 Series combines deep tillage with a proven disc harrow design for primary surface tillage, fracturing subsoil compaction while sizing and mixing residue throughout the entire working depth of the disc blades. The 4600 Series is built on a solid frame with heavy-duty disc harrows and shanks designed to deeply penetrate heavily compacted soils while easily slicing through tough crop residue to maximize crop yield potential.

Available in four models, the 4600 Series is built on a heavy-duty frame with working widths large enough to maximize a tractor’s horsepower.

  • Largest disc ripper in the industry
  • Four models from 14 ft. up to 26-feet, 2-inches
  • Available with 7 to 13 shanks by model
  • Two ranks of industry-leading, 28-inch diameter, 5/16-inch thick disc blades slice and redistribute heavy crop residue
  • Three finishing harrow attachments level residue and reduce clod size in varying soils

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  • please give me more info on the Sunflower disk ripper, what tractor will pull it? and the cost for export to Luanda Angola
    • Thank you for your request! You'll find good information about the Sunflower 4600 series disc ripper here: http://www.masseyferguson.us/news_and_events/news_releases/default.cfm?&inq_key=48580&action=detail&LibID=2237 and a rough estimate for shipping from our Beloit plant to you in Luanda, Angola would be between $10,000 and $10,500 USD (this assumes a 40 foot container, which may vary depending on which model you order). For more information you oculd also consult your closest dealer via our dealer locator: http://www.agcocorp.com/farmsupport/dealer_locator.aspx
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