If your to-do list often includes mowing rough areas, then you’ve learned that not just any rotary cutter will do. For years, Schulte has been our rotary cutter of choice from the standpoint of quality and overall durability. More
We’ve put together a guide to help you choose the right sprayer tip for your chemical application.More
Salford-Valmar’s Airflo pull-type spreaders have been very popular with sod farmers for years, but one Keota, Iowa operation has found the Airflo 8608 (today’s 8708) to be a staple on their corn and soybean acres. Since Klein Farms put the machine to work on fall rye and spring urea, they have never looked back.
As growers continue to hone in on fertilizer application precision with VRT, we are constantly looking for ways to better serve customers in this manner. While it’s common to variable-rate macronutrients like phosphate and potash, some growers also like to work in micronutrients with VRT, or even seed cover crops at a flat rate. With traditional methods, three products can be applied at once but only two of them would be applied at a variable rate. Another option would be making an additional pass to variable rate the third product or seed the cover crop. To solve this issue and maximize the trip across the field, we added a three-bin spreader to our fleet this fall.
With fall upon us, it’s getting close to the start of another anhydrous season. If you’ve been plagued with breakdowns in the past and a new toolbar is on your radar, I highly recommend putting the Dalton Ag DW Series on the top of your list. Its durability, versatility, and proven track record has made it the exclusive toolbar we sell.More
Regardless if you are a seasoned hay veteran in the market for a mower upgrade or if you’re switching some row crop acres to forage for the first time, evaluating all the bells and whistles of the various brands can be time-consuming. To save you some time, here are my favorite features of the Krone mower line and where they differentiate themselves from the other guys.More
I have been working around hay and forage equipment for 15+ years and have heard this phrase more than a time or two: “Tedder? I don’t need no stinkin‘ tedder!” While hay tedders have been available for some time, many people still don’t see their value or understand when to use them.More
If you’ve been to Hills for parts, our next employee in the spotlight is certainly no stranger. Hilary Weiss, sprayer parts administration and sales associate, has been serving our customers for success since 2015. When she’s not helping customers with their sprayer part needs, you can find her stocking shelves, tracking inventory, invoicing, shipping products, and doing some purchasing.More