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OptiPhil 40601 104 Case ASM 1200 either
Case ASM 1200
24 row ASM planter on the Miles Farm in Southern Kentucky.
No-tilling corn into wheat/soybean residue using row
cleaners, insecticide and starter fertilizer.
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OOooops, I know, Case planters are red...

I posted the wrong photo I guess....

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24, woh Amazing, In belgium we have seeders of 6 or 8 rows
for corn
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nice pics phil, would have been better if mark or i was in
the seat.....but if we were sitting in the seat, we wouldn't
have a different job each day of the week....and i am still

hoping we get to do some planting with the kinze this week,
getting tire of driving to that farm and not getting a whole
lot done because of the

bert, i have run that 24 row 1770 consevation JD planter
before, its about 40ft long on the road, the hardest part
often is getting in the gate ways

in the field it will plant 60ft in one past, and with one
marker down, this is a very long machine, and takes a wee
walk to walk round the back of it

in a day it should plant about 300acres, but we don't have
to many fields that size were we run it,

we also have a 16 row kinze planter, which is 40ft wide,
with these two planters running, we can cover ground real

this is a link to the 16row kinze of ours,

where the red 24row planter is, they have one whole farm,
about 1000acres in one block, no fences

each planter is pulled by a mx270
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Would a person be able to get a tour of some of the farms. I
am in Leitchfield,KY which is about an hour down 54 from
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