From this page you can browse the comprehensive range of Great Plains and Great Plains Simba trailed and mounted tillage equipment, soil looseners, presses, consolidation roller systems, Yield-Pro planters, cultivator drills, air drills and compact drills.
Compatibility At Its Finest
Reap the benefits of both cover crops and true vertical tillage with the new Turbo-Seeder™ Attachment for Turbo-Max®!
Turbo-Seeder offers a cost effective, highly productive method for seeding cover crops with a vertical tillage finish tool. With Turbo-Seeder, you can simultaneously till your soil, size residue, and plant cover crops in one pass, while also reducing labor, fuel, and maintenance cost of conventional drills.
The benefits of selective soil loosening should never be underestimated, particularly following a wet autumn. Healthy root growth is essential if crop yields are to remain high. Any subsurface pans must be identified and then removed.
Incorporating the latest technology, the Flatliner offers the perfect solution.
A choice of two ranges provides maximum shatter of deeply embedded compaction layers with minimum surface disturbance across the working width. The Pro-Lift leg and point provide a very effective soil conditioning action with prolonged wear rates.
Narrow Transport Sub-Soiler
The Great Plains In-Line Sub-Soiler is another step in the evolution of our vertical tillage family designed to eliminate yield-robbing compaction layers created by horizontal tillage tools such as plows, disks, and sweep implements.
Narrow Transport Turbo-Chisel
If your goal is to size and incorporate residue in the top 4-5" of top soil while leaving the soil level enough for a single-pass tool in the spring, the Great Plains Turbo-Chisel® is the tool of choice!
Narrow Transport Turbo-Max
What is Turbo Max?
• Shear zone reducing vertical tillage tool that prefers 10-15 km/hr operating speed.
• Used as a primary tillage tool in the autumn after the combine to allow the field to weather over winter.
• Used to reduce corn borer infestation in autumn passes by chopping maize residue and mixing it into the tilled soil surface.
• Used as a spring time last pass finishing tool prior to seeding spring crop to help warm up damp cool soils for quick emergence.