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New Canadian line of tillage equipment

 Farm equipment maker Buhler Industries Inc. launches new tandem and offset discs, cultivators, and chisel plows designed for large farms in North America.

Jodie Wehrspann

June 16, 2011

1 Min Read


thumb_Versatile-TD600-01-lowres.jpgIn step with its plans to become a full-line equipment company (see, Buhler Industries today launched a new line of tillage equipment designed for large-acre farmers in North America.The new line includes a complete range of offset discs, tandem discs, cultivators, and chisel plows.

“We have been very open about our intention to have Versatile offer a product line that caters to the large-acre farmers, and these implements are a major part of that strategy,” says Dmitry Lyubimov, president of Buhler Industries.

The new tillage line is a direct result of the company’s recent purchase of Ezee-On Manufacturing, an Alberta-based precision seeding and tillage manufacturer known for building durable and reliable products. Key features of the discs include:

-410WSS and T2-215 bearings, claimed to be the heaviest in the industry. The bearings come with a 3-year and 7-year limited warranty, respectively;

-Heavy-duty disc gangs torqued to 3,200 ft-lbs. Steel fabricated full spools and optional interlocking half spools eliminate breaks and ensure gangs stay tight;

-A  full floating hitch that helps ensure a level cut, regardless of terrain, and a smooth field finish with less plugging, ridging or rough spots. The full floating hitch also helps prevent damage from rocks and other obstacles in the field.

For more information, contact your nearest Versatile dealer or visit

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