Durability. Safety. Value. Efficiency. Bigger. Faster. Better. Those are just some of the words that manufacturers of fertilizer and seed tenders are using to describe their latest equipment. But perhaps return on investment is the term that many agree their customers are looking for most, especially in today’s market.
“With a somewhat sluggish ag economy, dealers are more conscious of their margins than ever, and getting the most out of their equipment investment is more important than ever,” said Tim Tenhet, National Sales and Marketing Manager with The KBH Corp., in a recent article on CropLife.com.
In addition to KBH’s TT2000 rear-discharge dry fertilizer tender, the editors of CropLife IRON have compiled information on some of the latest units on the market and featured them in the photo gallery above.