Kuhn North America introduces the Axent 100.1, which it calls the industry’s first precision fertilizer spreader. The new spreader is able to spread both wide and precisely. “What really blows people away is that it’s able to spread Urea 120 feet. And the competition can only spread it 90 feet, at most,” says Ryan Pearcy. He says the additional efficiency gained are substantial. For example, a customer spreader go cover almost 350 more acres a day, or $2,000 more income per day at $6 per acre.
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