The R&R Subsoiler has been shipped around the world and used in a variety of applications. The Original Stoneville Parabolic Shank has established the reputation for being the easiest pulling shank in the industry! It has demonstrated the ability to reduce draft requirements up to 60% over other conventionally designed shanks. When combined with the 'Drawn V' frame, the R&R Subsoilers have produced twice the acreage per day as...
Two-part spiders simplify changing worn and broken spiders on skewtreaders and mulchers. These feature two half bodies held together with four nuts and bolts making installation quick and easy! Two-part spiders come with our own Mielke Mulcher, but can also be purchased separately to replace spiders on your current skewtreader or mulcher.
The TIC is a heavy duty cart used both to pull and to transport harrows, weeders, packers, and more. The cart is designed to fold easily from field to transport position in a matter of minutes allowing the harrow, weeder, or packer to be transported down the road to another field.
Seed and fertilize your crop at the same time using S&M Drill Points. These replaceable inserts allow seed and fertilizer separation at either 1-3/8', 1-5/8', or 2'. S&M Drill Points fit John Deere Split Packers. They are available in single or double fertilizer tubes.
After four years of development and field testing, the Hydra-Rod 4000 is in production. This is the first independent center driver rod weeder for today's larger hydraulic capacity tractors. Currently it is available in 10-1/2 foot and 12 foot widths. We may have a 14 foot width available in the future. Ask about it if you are interested. The HYDRA-ROD 4000 is rugged, simple, and very adjustable to meet your particular needs.
The World's Only Transportable Skewtreader. Hydraulic, foldable wings for ease of transport and spot applications. Aerates soil, standardizes clod size, leaves workable-length stubble on top. Variable skew-angle adjustments allows for changing soil conditions. Heavy enough to penetrate hard soil; tire floatation results in even mulch depth.