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Tips for Planting Season

By: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2019-03-13

In just a few weeks, tractors, planters and related equipment will be returning to fields to start planting the 2019 crop. To help you get ready, we have compiled a list of planting tips and reminders to help get you and your Kinze planter primed for action. Even if you have started planting, these tips are still helpful — a ... Read More

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Its Time To Prepare Your Planter

By: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2018-02-28

In just a few weeks, tractors, planters and all other related equipment will be returning to the fields to start planting the 2018 crop. Because you put your planter away well, you have a great start getting your planter ready to be put in the dirt, however, there are still a few things you should check over. To help you ... Read More

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Now is the Time to Maintain Your Kinze Grain Cart

By: Brad Niensteadt Post Date: 2017-08-03

Seems like you just put away the planter and overnight its time to get equipment ready for harvest! Spending some time now checking over your grain cart will help keep harvest running smoothly.

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Getting the Planter Ready for Next Year Starts Now

By: Phil Jennings Post Date: 2017-06-06

To keep your planter running in top condition, it's very important to check it over when you finish planting for the season. Follow this checklist to make sure you are putting it away properly.

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Prepare Your Planter for Spring!

By: Brad Niensteadt Post Date: 2017-02-28

Kinze has created a simple (and printable) checklist to help you inspect your Kinze planter!

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Maintain Your Kinze Grain Cart to Keep Harvest Rolling Strong!

By: Brad Niensteadt Post Date: 2016-08-02

Seems like you just put away the planter and overnight its time to get equipment ready for harvest! Spending some time now checking over your grain cart will help keep harvest running smoothly.

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Time to Put Away the Planter!

By: Phil Jennings Post Date: 2016-06-26

To keep your planter running in top condition, it's very important to check it over when you finish planting for the season. Follow this checklist to make sure you are putting it away properly.

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Be Your Own Expert: The Brush Meter Breakdown

By: Brad Niensteadt Post Date: 2016-05-09

As planter technology continues to change, it important to know the in and out of your machinery so you can prevent problems before they arise.

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No-Till Planter Tips for Spring Planting

By: Brad Niensteadt Post Date: 2016-04-26

Rugged terrain, heavy crop residue and soil compaction are challenges for all farmers using no-till planting methods. Yet, more and more farmers are moving to no-till practices, lured by higher yield potential. If done right, no-till planting can control soil erosion, reduce fuel and labor costs by eliminating extra trips across the field, and improve soil moisture and fertility. But ...

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Before You Grow: The Ultimate Spring Planting Checklist

By: Brad Niensteadt Post Date: 2016-03-01

Kinze has created a simple (and printable) checklist to help guarantee all of your equipment is in working order before entering the field.

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