October 29, 2019 9:31 am

The days of pulling home a spinner spreader owned by the local co-op or a private retailer behind your tractor and spreading dry fertilizer, hoping you get it applied accurately, are numbered. You can still spread fertilizer that way today if you want. But with the increasing cost of fertilizer and pressure to apply it correctly, both from the economic side and the environmental side, more people are looking for equipment that can give them peace of mind after they leave the field — that they applied fertilizer at the right rate across the entire field and put it where it belonged. Read more.

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