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THIS PICTURE OF OUR 9330 & PLANTER WAS TAKEN ON 6-05-02 ON
THE HOME FARM NEAR JANESVILLE,WI. THE 16 X 31 ROW KINZE
PLANTER IS IN THE TRANSPORT POSITION AND READY TO BE PUT
AWAY FOR THE SEASON. I THINK MOST FARMERS ARE LIKE US AND DO
NOT WANT TO UNHOOK THE PLANTER BEFORE THE CROPS ARE UP &
GROWING FOR THE SEASON.BEHIND THE PLANTER AND TRACTOR YOU
CAN SEE THE GROWING CORN.
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G'Day
I was wondering , what is the width of your planter?
And would you really need that much horsepower to pull it?
How much weight of seed would it hold?
I am just curious
Bye
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RESPONSE TO GARY'S QUESTIONS.THE PLANTER IS 40 FEET WIDE IN
THE PLANTING POSITION.WHEN PLANTING SOYBEANS IN 15" ROWS 31
SEED BOXES HOLD ABOUT 3100 LBS OF SEED. WHEN PLANTING CORN
IN 30" ROWS 16 SEED BOXES HOLD 1500 LBS OF SEED.THE PLANTER
IS VERY WELL BUILT AND WHEN IT'S FULL OF SEED IS A LOT OF
WEIGHT TO PULL.THE FIRST YEAR WE RAN THE PLANTER WE DID USE
A SMALLER FRONT WHEEL ASSIST TRACTOR AND FOUND IT TO BE
SHORT OF POWER ON FIELDS WITH HILLS OR LOWER PEAT SOILS.WE
ALSO FOUND THE FULL 4X4 TRACTORS GIVE US MUCH LESS SOIL
COMPACTION AND CAN TURN SHORTER IN THE FIELD.
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