2960-127/134 No-Till Coulter

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The 2960-127/134 No-Till Coulter lightly tills the ground in front of John Deere, Kinze, and White planter openers and helps increase seed opener life. This unit-mounted coulter has adjustable depth settings and mounts close to the row unit, allowing use in combination with 2967-115 Residue Managers.


  • Attaches easily to the planter faceplate
  • Accepts a variety of blades for various soil types and conditions (see blade selection chart)
  • Designed to be able to add residue managers to make combination unit
  • Features adjustable depth-setting for blade


  • No blade
  • 16" Bubble, 1" wide
  • 16" 25 Wave, 7/8" wide
  • 16" Ripple, 1/2" wide
  • 16" Smooth, 3/8" wide
  • 16" 13 Wave, 1" wide
  • 16" 8 Wave, 1 1/4" wide
2960-127 No-Till Coulter John Deere
2960-127 No-Till Coulter Kinze
2960-127 No-Till Coulter White
2960-134 No-Till Coulter White 8000

2960 Series II Unit Mounted Conservation Coulter

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2960-126 Universal Down Pressure Spring Kit

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Increase down pressure in tough soil conditions with the 2960-126 Universal Down Pressure Spring Kit.

2967-115 Pin Adjust Residue Manager for No-Till Coulters

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The industry’s first coulter/residue manager combination, the 2967-115 Pin Adjust Residue Manager works with the Yetter 2960-127/134 No-Till Coulter for residue clearing and soil preparation during planting.

  • Increase down pressure on row unit
  • Check planter frame height
  • Add ballast to planter frame
  • Adjust no-till coulter to penetrate less than seed depth

In some conditions, a knife scraper is needed to keep the residue from dragging up on the fertilizer knife.

Combo works great in all conditions.

Stan and Don Grigg of Toulon, Illinois, use Yetter coulter/residue manager combinations on their planters. According to Stan, "The combo works great in all conditions. It's so easy to go from lock-down to float mode, and I love being able to disengage and raise up the residue managers when they are not needed."

Stan and Don Grigg • IL