Fourth Generation Farmers Depend on Kuhn Krause for Tillage
Scott and David Stroberg, Hutchinson, Kansas
“Our 4830 in-line ripper is the perfect tool to help break up any compaction we have. It has varying points and wings on it that help obtain the optimal soil surface. This ripper does minimal disturbance on the top of the soil, but yet it shatters and breaks up any compaction we have below the surface from about 7 to 10 inches below the ground.”
Colorado Farmer Finds Continued Success with KUHN Krause Grain Drills
Allen Einsphar, Farmer, Holyoke, Colo
"I simply am happy with the way it works. I like the way the wheat and millet comes up behind it, the ease of using it and setting it up."
Arkansas Grower Relies Heavily on His Pair of 5635 Field Cultivators
Hubert Ragsdale, Wheatley, Arkansas
“Design is everything when it comes to farm equipment, and by far, this KUHN Krause 5635 field cultivator had the best design. The frame has been reinforced and it has larger bearings and heavier ply tires. That might seem like a trivial thing, but this equipment is really heavy when you go down the road. Ours have rolling baskets on the back, which adds to the weight.”
Integrated Ag Services Utilizes the KUHN Axent™ Fertilizer Spreader
Milford Center, Ohio
“In terms of acres covered, the extra width we can cover with the machine is making a significant difference in how much we accomplish in a day. On the machine we use today, we probably get only 500 to 700 acres done each day, but with the Axent it puts us somewhere between 700 to 900 acres.”
Third Generation Farmer uses KUHN Axis® 50.2 H-EMC-W Fertilizer Spreader to Spread Sulfate Fines on Grain Fields
Nola Roberston, Fairview, Alberta
“We’re looking at doing some in-season fertilizer top dressing. We can use it for many different aspects of the farm. If we ever run into a situation where our seeding gets really wet we can spread canola if we need to. It gives us a full range of operation and is one more piece to the farming puzzle.”
Eldora Speedway Deems a KUHN HR 4004 D Necessary on Race Day
Rob Platfoot, Facilities Manager at Eldora Speedway, New Weston, Ohio
“It doesn’t take as long to work the track now. The harrow is a major asset because you can add more water to the track when it’s 100 degrees outside to work it into the soil to last awhile. Vice versa the harrow helps the track dry out on rainy days, when it’s too wet to dry by itself."
Peter Martens Reaps the Benefits of Using a KUHN HR 4504 Power Harrow
Peter Martens, Farmer, Upstate New York
“We’ve been able to do an optimum job of soil preparation a higher percentage of the time because our rotary cultivator allows us to work the ground without losing as much moisture as you have to lose to use a disc effectively. The cost of operation is lower. The wear parts and tines are much less expensive on the KUHN than they were on the competing model. The KUHN is just a more robust and durable machine."
KUHN HRB Power Harrow Pleases Colorado Hay Farmer
Ivan Getting, Longmont, Colorado
“In just one pass, the machine breaks up the clods and makes a neatly finished and fine seedbed. I anticipated the vertical rotary tines would break up the clods very well and indeed the power harrow helps tremendously."
Stearns and Waldock Farms Depend on KUHN Krause Equipment to Prepare Seedbeds
Mike Stearns, Bloomdale, Ohio
Stearns enjoys using his KUHN Krause 4400 Packer and Landsman because he has seen improvement in the seedbed and yield on his farm. The packer pulverizes clods, presses down stones and eliminates air pockets in the soil, resulting in a superior seedbed to give the crop a uniform emergence and even soil temperature right from the start.
Mike Williams relies on KUHN Krause Machines to get the job done
Mike Williams, Amana, Iowa
“The Landsman does a really nice job in the spring leveling and preparing the seedbed, it is just really suitable for planting. They really outshine some of the competitors out there. KUHN Krause machines are designed to do exactly what they say they will do: prepare soil, leave a beautiful seedbed, and break-up compaction.”
Hendriks Farm Believes in Quality KUHN Vari-Leader Semi-Mounted Rollover Plow
Peter Hendriks, Listowel, Ontario, Canada
“I’m happy with the plow and our neighbors are saying it did a good job for them too. They are really impressed with the little tractor pulling the plow in such heavy ground.”
Edelweiss Farms Achieves Their Ideal Seedbed with two KUHN Optimer+ 7503 Compact Discs
John Borer, General Manager of Edelweiss Dairy, Freedom, New York
“When we bought the Optimer+ (KUHN Optimer+ 7503 Compact Discs), we were looking for a machine that could prepare a good two- to four- inch seedbed for corn after running a manure dragline through it. It certainly helped us achieve our goal.”
Schreur Prepares Clean Seedbeds with KUHN Vari-Master 153 Plow
Eric Schreur, Farmer, Hudsonville, Michigan
“The automatic resets work well. It does a good job in various soils – even our old river bottom ground. It’s very nice. It’s easy to work with and it’s very well built.”