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Oct 14, 2021

Reclaim land with a Kello-Bilt Disc Ripper from Flaman

It’s time to get ripping this fall and reclaim that land that hasn’t been seeded in years. When the fall weather permits, tillage and other end-of-season work is necessary to get a jump start on prepping next year’s seedbed before the spring rush. Disc ripping is a great tillage method that you can use to break up hardpan and compaction layers, manage trash and crop residue, and increase acres by reclaiming some of the low spots in your field. In-field product demo at the Discovery Farm site in Langham, SK Given the dry conditions this year, the opportunity to reclaim...

Jun 3, 2021

Heavy harrow meets high speed tillage: Why the Schulte SoilStar Disc Harrow is the best of both worlds

There are a lot of different discs and harrows on the market, but there is nothing quite like the Schulte SoilStar Disc Harrow. Whether you are cleaning up after a bumper crop or dealing with pulse residue post-harvest, properly managing the trash in your field is important prior to seeding. The Schulte DHX combines a 5-bar heavy harrow and a double row of wavy coulter discs. This unique design is engineered to properly size straw and manage it in the top 1.5” – 2” of the soil. Pictured above: 5-bar heavy harrow & wavy coulter discs Although traditional discs can...

Feb 3, 2021

After 50 years, Kello-Bilt discs remain innovative, family-manufactured, and built to stand up

When buying a field disc, you need the confidence to know that it is going to work the way you expect when you need it and not break down, leaving you stranded with work to be done. This is why Flaman chose to team up with Kello-Bilt products over 40 years ago. Like Flaman, Kello-Bilt remains a family-owned business that keeps quality and reputation top of mind. A field disc is meant to be put through tough conditions. Continued innovation is what has kept Kello-Bilt tillage equipment ahead of the curve and outlasting its competitors.   Kello-Bilt Tandem Disc -...

Posted by: Mitch Flaman

Category: New Products


Tags: Kello-Bilt | disc | field disc | tillage

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