The BD7600 Drill from Great Plains has received enhancements like the addition of a 50 foot model size; hydraulic drive with DrillCommand capabilities; Great Plains Metering System and a durable, field-tested design.
Using hydraulic drive and DrillCommand technology, producers can use variable-rate seeding and cost-saving section control features, rivaling the productivity of an air drill with box drill simplicity. The Great Plains DrillCommand technology uses an easy-to-navigate interface that works with most ISOBUS-compatible monitors to provide manual section control and full, variable-rate seeding with a prescription map, select seed rate and speed adjustment options from the cab, monitor seed levels, receive in-cab diagnostics and more.
The BD7600 also features a heavy-duty box design that has been rigorously tested, completing over eight million twist cycles, to ensure industry-leading durability. Its geometry allows it to be filled completely without moving seed by hand, while a new split-box design allows the use of three different fertilizer-to-seed ratios.
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