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13 tillage tools to consider

<p>A wide range of tillage options were available for farmers to check out at this year&#39;s fall farm shows. We offer a look at 13-more choices in this gallery.</p>

Tillage has its place for a lot of operations whether you're breaking up hardpan, or you want to work through the top layer of residue to size it for easier breakdown. And there are as many ways to tackle tillage as there are companies that sell these tools.

The Farm Progress Show New Products Team scoured the lot for new tillage tools. We shared a few recently in our first roundup of tillage tools. This is the next wave of products as part of their coverage of the big shows. Check out the images and their descriptions to learn more about what tools might be right for your operation.

As you wind up harvest, and fall tillage, a look at this equipment can give you an idea of potential new approaches for the 2015 season.

The Farm Progress Show New Products Team includes Tom Bechman, Indiana Prairie Farmer; Josh Flint, Prairie Farmer; Mindy Ward, Missouri Ruralist; and Lon Tonneson, Dakota Farmer.

Check out this latest list of new products and don't miss our other show galleries including:

Tire, track advancements on display

Fertilizer tools to boost yields

Tracking tillage for fall, and beyond

Seeding and planting tech on display

Grain Handling, drying and storage tools

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