900 Case IH planters
Posted 24 June 2008 - 06:05 AM
Posted 24 June 2008 - 06:10 AM
'68 756 - '60 560 - '79 1486 - '82 1480 Combine/ 20' 1020/ 6 row 1063 - '78 CargoStar 1810B - '79 JI Case 970
470 manual fold disc - #60 Disc Chisel - 3- #45 field cultivators - 540 f.h. plow 820 Massey disc - '72 Chevy C50
Posted 24 June 2008 - 06:43 AM
Family IH's past M, 400x2, 450, 460x2, 706G, 856, 1256, 966, 1086, 895CIH
Too bad Ignorance isn't painful!
Posted 24 June 2008 - 08:01 AM
I have a 800 12-30 with yetter row cleaners and it does a good job in no-til. I also built a 13-15" bean planter that has yetter no-til coulters on it. I no-til most of my beans so that is the reason for the no-til coulters. I don't think you need them but I do think it will make your double disc openers last 3 times as long as they are always in loose dirt and not doing all the work on cutting the hard soil.
Just finished no-tilling a couple hundred acres with an 800 with rowcleaners and no coulters and the row cleaners are really optional. I actually like the row cleaners better in rough conventional till over no-till. Never seen a Keldermann fold on a 12 row. Used to be several 8 rows around, though.
Restored 1965 806 Wheatland with 23.1X34 tires. 1955 300 Farmall bought new by my Grandpa still on original rubber all the way around. Plain Jane...no live PTO, no fast hitch, no T/A, no power steering, NO FRILLS!!!
Posted 24 June 2008 - 08:05 PM
I work at a machineshop to support my farming habit.