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Kinze adds Mach Till to its implement line

Three types of equipment will be available in the fall of 2018

Kinze will now offer its own high-speed tillage line, with the first deliveries scheduled for the fall of 2018.

Williamsburg, Iowa, based Kinze has long been known for its grain carts and planters. This year the brand is growing its product portfolio by adding the Mach Till high-speed tillage implement line.

“Farmers will now be able to obtain three types of equipment from their Kinze dealer, all with the same standard of quality,” said Susanne Veatch, the company’s president and chief marketing officer, in a press release.

The design of the new high-speed discs may look a little familiar to Prairie farmers. Saskatchewan’s Degelman Industries has licensed the design of its Pro-Till to Kinze, who will build and market its version under the Mach Till name. It will offer four working widths.

“We are constantly evaluating opportunities in the market for new products that would be a good fit for Kinze,” Veatch noted. “The Mach Till product line allows us to improve our already strong brand and have instant access to the growing high-speed disc segment with an already proven product.”

The Mach Till line offers working speeds in the eight to 12 m.p.h. range and can be used for working at deep depths or for shallow seedbed preparation. They’ll be available through all North American Kinze dealers, with deliveries scheduled to being this fall.

Kinze’s four Mach Till models are based on the Degelman Pro-Till and are being manufactured under licence from Degelman. photo: Kinze

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