George Quinn and Doug Doughty (pictured at left with Doug on the right and George on the left) founded DQ Precision Planting & Tillage, LLC in 1998. Today, DQ Precision Planting & Tillage, LLC, continues to offer a complete lineup of vertical tillage equipment and precision planter attachments that will enhance seed-to-soil contact, picket-fence seed spacing, uniform emergence and root development. George and the rest of the DQ team have now relocated a couple of miles east of Chillicothe just off HWY 36 (directly east of Sydenstrickers). They`ve tested the products they sell, and continue to test them and make them a part of their farming operations.

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14024 LIV 249, PO Box 825 , Chillicothe , Missouri 64601 USA

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Business Type:
Distributor
Industry Type:
Agriculture
Market Focus:
Locally (one state or province)

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George Quinn and Doug Doughty (pictured at left with Doug on the right and George on the left) founded DQ Precision Planting & Tillage, LLC in 1998. Today, DQ Precision Planting & Tillage, LLC, continues to offer a complete lineup of vertical tillage equipment and precision planter attachments that will enhance seed-to-soil contact, picket-fence seed spacing, uniform emergence and root development.

George and the rest of the DQ team have now relocated a couple of miles east of Chillicothe just off HWY 36 (directly east of Sydenstrickers). They've tested the products they sell, and continue to test them and make them a part of their farming operations. To find out more about the products they offer, visit the links provided below or visit the Products page

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DQ also offers MeterMax - the area's most trusted, experienced finger pick-up and vacuum meter reconditioning and calibration service. Our DQ technicians on staff are George Quinn IV and Zack Mc Clellan (pictured below).Speed, seed size and wear can throw a meter off by 5, 10 or even 20 percent. Our technicians put your meters on a MeterMax and get precise seed spacing by cleaning and replacing worn parts and properly balancing the meter. They add a handful of the specific seed size and weight of the corn that you intend to plant, set the Test Stand speed gauge to your anticipated planting speed, and watch as AutoPilot count skips and doubles over runs of up to 10,000 seeds. They then adjust the meter �on-the-fly� until skips and doubles are eliminated and print a �receipt� that shows meter performance.