Andy Meyer: Safety and Efficiency with Planter











Location

West Union, Iowa

Crops

Corn and Soybeans

Owns

3600 12 Row

3600 12 Row with Interplant

What was your first Kinze product?

The first Kinze planter we got was when we started looking at going from a 6-row planter to a 12-row. My dad was concerned with not only the width of a 12-row, how it traveled down the road, but we also have some steeper driveways we go in and out of. When we started looking at Kinze, my dad really liked the idea of the lift and spin. The planter’s not only narrow going down the road, but also gets it up into the air so you don’t have to worry about dragging the driveway. 

 

What keeps you coming back to Kinze?

When I think of Kinze, first of all, I really enjoy the fact it’s an Iowa company. The local business employs a lot of people in the Williamsburg area, which is a nice thing. It means something to me that it’s a Midwest local company. And as a company, they’ve never been afraid to try something new, to go back to the drawing board and come up with a brand new way to do something.

Andy's Full Testimonial Video

Watch the video below to learn about Andy's Kinze planter and how it's made an impact on his family farm.