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Wil-rich 357 Inline Ripper

 
357 Inline Ripper

The 357 Inline Ripper is ideal for breaking-up heavy compaction. Most tillage will only reach topsoil depths, however, the Ripper will penetrate even the hardest ground beyond the compaction layer. The shanks on this field-proven design are available in rigid or spring reset options, with parabolic or minimal disturbance shanks.

  • Deeper penetration allows nutrients to re-emerge
  • Breaks-up heavy compaction allowing for greater crop potential
  • Increases soil aeration and better water drainage
  • Breaks-up slough bottoms and alkaline build-up

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Features

  • Box Frame Design (max strength)

    Box Frame Design (max strength)

  • Shank Customization

    Shank Customization

  • Attachment Compatible

    Attachment Compatible

  • 3/4" Wide Min. Disturbance Shank

    3/4" Wide Min. Disturbance Shank

  • 357 Inline Ripper

    357 Inline Ripper

  • Pull-Type Hitch

    Pull-Type Hitch

 

Extra Information

Features

  • tubular frame: provides strength to withstand the highest horsepower tractors
  • walking tandem wheels: allows for consistent working depth on rough ground and stable transport
  • quick adjust lock-pin design: allowing for quick and secure alignment, fastening and changing of parts.
  • folding capabilities: convenience for storage and transport

Various attachments available.


Why Subsoil?
Soil health is vital to the success of any farm, large or small. The state of your soil directly correlates with your crop potential. Silty or clay soil is naturally prone to compression, however, this compression increases from heavy machinery over time. In this case, subsoiling at a depth of 12 to 18 inches (which is much deeper than a standard subsoiling at 6 to 8 inches) will increase root aeration and give water a place to go, retaining it and giving it better access to crops that need it for survival. This ultimately translates to more nutrient and mineral access by crops, which in turn affects your yield and bottom line.

 

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