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New Sunflower Tools on Display at Farm Progress Show

AGCO introduces the new Sunflower 6631-35 and 6631-40 vertical tillage tools, which will be on display at the 2012 Farm Progress Show, Aug. 28–30 in Boone, Iowa.  The new Sunflower 6631 Series Vertical Tillage Tools deliver seedbed consistency across entire machine. The latest addition to the 6600 Series, these new tools have the width to meet early spring tillage needs of large farms and are designed to create a consistent seedbed across the entire width of the machine. With the Sunflower-exclusive Split-Wing design featuring locking wing extensions, these tools offer strength and stability, but fold to a compact package for transport. The tough vertical tillage tools easily shred and mix tough crop residue to enhance warming of cold, wet soils so planting can begin earlier. Available in 35- and 40-foot working widths, they allow farmers to cover ground efficiently while creating a soil surface that reduces wind and water erosion, and a consistent seedbed that enhances uniform emergence and early crop growth. Farmers will find a number of unique features in the new Sunflower 6631 vertical tillage tools that not only allow the machines to size and mix residue very effectively, but that also ensure long life and consistent performance in the field,  says Tom Draper, Sunflower seeding and tillage product marketing manager. They were intentionally designed with a low horsepower-per-foot requirement to help farmers cover more acres with less fuel. That increases return on investment in both time and dollars. In addition, each machine is backed by the Sunflower three-year limited warranty.

 

AGCO introduces five new Sunflower 5056 Series field cultivators for 2013  at the 2012 Farm Progress Show. Ranging from 45 to 63 feet wide, the new field cultivators join the industry-leading Sunflower 5000 Series field cultivator line. The 5056 models offer ground-hugging flexibility across the full width of the machines, and are among the largest in the industry to quickly and consistently handle seedbed preparation during the short spring planting window. The Sunflower 5000 Series field cultivators have long been the seedbed preparation tool of choice for many farmers,‖ says Tom Draper, Sunflower seeding and tillage product marketing manager.  As with previous models, the Sunflower 5056 Series field cultivators have outstanding ground clearance and superb flotation plus the capacity to cover acres fast to get fields ready for the optimal spring planting window. They are built strong, in the Sunflower tradition, and have a truss-style main frame with rotational-torque-compensating wing frames so they will be strong enough to stand up to years of high-acre use in challenging field conditions, Draper explains.

 

AGCO introduces three new Sunflower 4700 Series in‐line rippers. The newest 4700 in-line rippers are built for farmers searching for a rugged machine that will dig deep and stand up to tough soil and residue conditions, while helping restore optimum yield potential to heavily compacted soils. The 4700 Series in-line rippers are intended for primary fall tillage and are available in three models and five widths. They are built on beefy Sunflower-tough frames, with heavy-duty shanks designed to slice through tough crop residue and deeply penetrate and shatter compacted soils. With three models in three styles and five widths, there is a Sunflower 4700 Series in-line ripper to match any farm size and all field conditions, says Tom Draper, Sunflower seeding and tillage product marketing manager. All are backed by the Sunflower three-year limited warranty. The SF4710 is a three-point-mounted rigid frame, available with five, seven or eight shanks and a maximum 20-foot working width. The SF4730-8 is an eight-row flat-fold frame with eight shanks and a 20-foot working width. The SF4730-12 is a 12-row pull-type with an over-center fold frame. With 12 shanks and a 30-foot working width, it is one of the largest in-line rippers in the industry.

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