From ease of use, to increased efficiency and compatibility with a range of implements, a new Simplicity front mounted air seeder has already made its mark on Damian Carroll’s southern Queensland operation.
Damian, who farms at Kumbia in the South Burnett region, purchased a FM2 2500 Simplicity bin after dry conditions severely, impacted his 2014/15 summer cropping plans... Read More
A straightforward, no fuss design which provides plenty of accuracy is what grain grower John Fowler enjoys the most about his Simplicity air seeder.
The Fowler’s seeder is a Simplicity 6000TQS3 model with a three-bin, 6000 litre capacity. The seeder is a trailing or tow-behind unit which is also known as a steerable quad design. The steerable quad has a steerable front axle while the two rear wheels are fixed ... Read More
At their Lamda propery, about 5000ha of wheat, canola and lupin crops are planted annually.
The most recent weapon in the Cobley’s sowing armoury is a new Simplicity air seeder which has a 17,000 litre capacity and four compartments or bins. The 17,000 litre Simplicity cart is a tow-between set up with an 18 metre seeding bar and Case IH Quadtrac 535 tractor ... Read More
The X Bar/Striker planter is Simplicity’s solution to Row Cropping and can be fitted with either a minimum till tyne or a twin disc assembly.
It has a slightly different geometry to most other twin disc units, but is similar in function. It has an easily adjusted hydraulic down force system, and a highly effective ground following design. This results in accurate and consistent seed depth, and an even germination ... Read More