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- Efficiently unload seed from seed boxes into equipment with the 1300-175 Seed Chute Assembly.
- The 1300-121 Seed Jet II’s motor operates a blower that produces a stream of air through a rotating air lock, sending seed out through hose to fill the planter or drill.
- Stop and start seed flow with the flip of a switch and easily move from box to box with the 1300 Seed Box Train.
- Transporting large combine heads is a daily task during harvest. Yetter Farm Equipment introduces the 8500 Head Cart Trailers to make the job safe, quick and easy.
- For John Deere air seeders, the 2966-002 Residue Manager bolts to John Deere 60/90 Series openers to add residue-clearing capability.
- Create the perfect seedbed in tough soil conditions with the 6200 Firming Wheel.
- The 2960-020-MW No-Till Coulter, which features a multi-wave blade, lightly tills the ground in front of Case IH planter openers and helps increase seed opener life.