Fast and Productive
Smooth Field Finish
Precise Down Pressure
Each opener is spaced 15" apart, allowing maximum flexibility in seedbed utilization. Choose the popular dual-placement opener to create 6.5"/8.5" paired rows, resulting in an average row spacing of 7.5" across the unit, with each row 2" wide for improved plant spacing. An optional ribbon seeding opener puts down a 5- to 7-inch-wide (13 to 18 cm) ribbon of seed and fertilizer for up to 47-percent seedbed utilization — much higher than typical drills.
Gain maximum fertilizer efficiency by putting the right fertilizer source at the right rate, time and place.
Right Source: Apply NH3, liquid or dry fertilizer.
Right Rate: Dual placement openers can apply the desired fertilizer amount at seeding time.
Right Time: Place as much fertilizer as needed while planting. You can also pre-apply fertilizer in the fall.
Right Place: Use dual placement openers to place fertilizer between adjacent rows and 1.5 inches deeper than the seed — right where the roots need it during the critical plant growth stages. Optional ribbon seeding also allows higher rates of fertilizer without damaging the seed.
The Precision Shank Drill is able to operate at high speeds, thanks to the unique design of the closing discs. They capture all of the soil that is displaced by the seed opener, preventing soil from being thrown over neighboring rows and ensuring uniform seed covering from row to row at any speed. By running at 8 miles per hour or more, the Precision Shank Drill is capable of covering more acres per day than wider hoe drills that are limited to 5 miles per hour or less.
What people say about Concord Seeding equipment
“We had already run a Concord and knew what we were getting. The packer tires run well without any trouble. It’s a very maintenance-free drill.”
“The Concord has minimal moving parts. It’s basically a trouble-free machine. We have a 50-foot drill that we can run 8 or 9 mph. I’ve seeded 500 acres of soybeans in a day.”
"It's nice to have machinery where you're not having to fix or maintain every morning. You just get in the tractor and take off."