The new 2400 Series Landoll Weatherproofer I includes five sizes ranging from 6- to 13-shank models, and all can be set and leveled easily from the front-mounted depth control crank.
The simplicity of set-and-go before disking and deep tilling in one-pass was the goal of engineers as they reworked the tool.
Jamie Meier, Landoll ag sales manager says, "Unlike some competitors who promote adjustable angle disc gangs, Landoll elected to go with fixed gangs set on a field-proven 15-degree angle. The 24- or 26-inch discs are also set on narrow 10.5-inch spacing so they quickly resize and mix the toughest residue."
Auto reset shanks on the machine are mounted on 24-inch centers allowing for shallower depths and higher field speeds. The parabolic shanks feature a maximum 3,500-pound point load with a 16-inch trip height.
For more information, visit www.landoll.com.
Check out our extensive roundup of new products from the fall farm shows, visit www.farmprogress.com/2012showproducts - the more people we send that way the better.
For more up-to-date information on that, check out our bi-weekly e-newsletter on trends and developments in machinery and ag technology. Click here POWERIRON to join thousands of readers who receive our updates free of charge every other week.
For Willie Vogt's observations about the growth of technology in our industry, be sure to visit his FARMER IRON column.
In addition, if you have interest in livestock technology be sure to visit www.beefproducer.com for news and views and new products related to beef cattle and the beef industry.