The Joker Has Arrived

New multipurpose residue tool designed for minimum till practices.

Published on: Jul 31, 2009

Horsch Anderson's shallow tillage disc is called the Joker and provides an all-purpose tool for min-till management.

 

The machine comes in widths of 13 to 25 feet and features a heavy-built frame with 18-inch notched blades mounted in independent pairs on torsion bars. Behind that is a newly-design packing system for soil firming behind the machine.

 

A new tool for shallow tillage is Horsch Andersons latest new product and is known as the Joker compact disc. The Joker is designed as an alternative to vertical tillage in stubble and manure management.
A new tool for shallow tillage is Horsch Anderson's latest new product and is known as the Joker compact disc. The Joker is designed as an alternative to vertical tillage in stubble and manure management.

The Joker operates at more than 10 miles per hour in most conditions and can be used for stubble cultivation, manure incorporation, residue sizing and mixing, and for seedbed preparation.

 

For more information, visit www.horschanderson.com, or call (605) 298-5663.