The Low-Disturbance Toolbar will provide that extra bit of versatility that you have been wanting with your trailing implement when cultivating or drilling. Whether in use with a drill, cultivator or a press the toolbar will become a unique and integral part of your establishment process.
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The 6m LDT shares the same concept of the ability to lift and lower the cultivating legs and discs within the frame/chassis whilst not interrupting the height of the trailed implement. This feature therefore allows for the machine to be on the back of the tractor and only be used when required. It is a popular set up to have a Grange 6m machine used only for headland when required or n certain parts of the field to alleviate compaction when autumn drilling. One of the key attributes of the machine is that it provides options for the farmer.
The 6m LDT offers a system that allows the machine to be converted from a 6m working width down to a 3m machine during headland turns. This feature eliminates the need for an extended headland, the wings on the machine automatically lift to a 90 degree position whilst the operator concentrates on performing the turn. The wings will then unfold and become a 6m beam again ready for the next pass, a very easy but versatile feature that transforms field operations.
The 6m LDT has proven to be a very popular machine that can be used with a range of trailed implements. Having the ability to lift and lower the cultivating legs when in combination with other implements without affecting the trailed setup makes the machine very versatile and to be frequently used.
Picture above of a Grange 6m LDT & Vaderstad Rapid drilling OSR direct into barley stubble in August #onepass #directdrilling
Using the Grange 6m LDT in combination with a Carrier as a primary cultivation pass, creating a seedbed for drilling later in the year.