From this page you can browse the comprehensive range of Great Plains and Great Plains Simba trailed and mounted tillage equipment, soil looseners, presses, consolidation roller systems, Yield-Pro planters, cultivator drills, air drills and compact drills.
10' End Wheel No-Till Compact Drill
From food plots to food production, the Great Plains 10' End Wheel No-Till Drill (1006NT) is the ideal combination between the productivity of a large drill and the versatility of a compact one. This machine is perfect for seeding into pasture renovations and foot plots, and has long been used by conservation groups like Pheasants Forever chapters, NRCS offices, and roadside construction outfits that need machines to rent out that are simple to operate, yet durable enough to be returned, ready to rent out again.
6' Mounted No-Till Compact Drill
Great Plains 3P606NT 3-Point Mounted No-Till Drills allow you to get close to field edges and, with our proven ground drive, no hydraulics are needed.
8' Mounted No-Till Compact Drill
The Great Plains 3P806NT No-Till Drills are 2-Point Mounted with lift assist wheels to ensure safe operation and transport.
6' End Wheel No-Till Compact Drill
The Great Plains 606NT 6' Pull-Type No-Till Drill’s compact design is ideal for seeding into everything from pasture renovations to food plots. It features nine 06 Series Openers and a choice of 5/16" fluted or 5/8" Turbo coulter blade options. Its end wheel design reduces sideloading when operated on contours and curves, eliminating premature opener wear.
7' End Wheel No-Till Compact Drill
Our Great Plains 7' End Wheel No-Till Drill (706NT) is the perfect balance between versatility and larger drill productivity. This unit is at home seeding in a wide variety of applications from pasture renovation to mine reclamation.
The 7' End Wheel Drill features large end wheels designed for unmatched ground gauging in rugged terrain. In addition, the inline end wheels minimize sideloading on contours and side-hills, dramatically extending the life of the no-till openers.
Short Disc Harrow
Complete with a host of new features and options, the new generation of X-Press short disc harrows, the X-PressVX, can be used for a wide range of applications.
Whether you need shallow cultivations as part of a cultural grass weed control strategy, stubble cultivation incorporating residue, cultivation and levelling of vegetable ground or ploughed land, the new X-PressVX has got what it takes to get the job done.
Effective consolidation plays a crucial, but often under-appreciated, part in modern arable farming. The Simba Aqueel II enables farmers to consolidate seedbeds after drilling and optimise crop performance.
It minimises moisture loss, facilitates improved drainage and water infiltration and ensures excellent soil to seed/root contact, while also protecting soil against erosion at a time when it generally has no green cover and so is at its most vulnerable.
Compact Disk Harrow
A compact disc harrow with an integrated press roll, the versatile X-Press combines high speed shallow cultivations with effective consolidation.
Available as a mounted machine in 2.5m, 3m, 3.5m and 4m widths and as a trailed unit in 4.6m, 5.5m, 6.6m 8m and 10m widths, the X-Press can be used in reduced cultivation systems, to incorporate stubble or to work down ploughing in more conventional regimes.
High Capacity Drill
The three meter transport V-300 is a high capacity mechanical seeder developed to meet requirements of min-till and zero till conditions. It features an optional fertilizer box able to apply over 800kg/ha of granular fertilizer with an adjustable partition separating the seed and fertilizer compartments.
6-Row 3 Meter Transport Pull-Type Yield-Pro® Planter
The widely acclaimed seeding precision, build-quality and reliability of the Great Plains Yield-Pro® Planter is now available to farmers across Western Europe in the shape of the YPE range.
The new YPE-625A planter folds hydraulically laterally and forward, has a transport width of less than 3 metres* and can plant a wide range of row-sown crops.