Horsch has added two new models to its line of Joker RT high-speed discs: the RT18 and RT22. The RT18 has an 18-foot, four-inch working width, and the RT22 has a 21-foot, eight-inch working width. Both models use a drawbar hitch and three-section configuration to follow ground contours.
The RT18 and RT22 have 20-inch blades mounted on rubber torsion suspension at a 17 degree angle. Manual or electric depth control is available. They also use the brand’s RollFlex soil reconsolidation attachments at the rear to leave a finished field surface.
Horsch is a Germany-based company, but its North American operations and manufacturing are headquartered in South Dakota.