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- The 2982 Vertical Tillage Attachment is capable of running at speeds of 6 to 10 mph and can be used in the spring or fall.
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- The 3600 Fertilizer Toolbar, designed specifically for John Deere 4710-4830 sprayers with 80'–90' booms, allows you to side-dress corn later into the growing season, feeding crops based on their nutrient requirements.
- When mounting, planter attachments require a specific amount of clearance. This clearance requirement is sometimes referred to as the “window.” To open your window and eliminate the guesswork from selecting planter attachments, Yetter Farm Equipment developed this comprehensive B...site.
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- Prevent build-up with Yetter residue floating row cleaner for C Shank with high-strengh steel arm to take on tough residue - product 2967-033.
- rnWhen the need arises for a particular tool, Allan Brooks likes to know he has it available in his toolbox. That's the way he feels about his Yetter 2910 Heavy-Duty Coulters. The coulters, mounted on a 16-foot toolbar, are ready for use when needed. He knows he can rely on the heavy-duty co...n."rn