Reduce Seed Trench Compaction
Adjust your planter's down force pressure instantly.
Due to changing soil types, field terrain, residue cover and moisture variation, avoiding excessive soil compaction can be a very challenging factor to manage throughout the entire planting process. Moreover, excessive soil compaction can cost you valuable harvest time, lodging, root development, varying plant emergence, lack of soil moisture and other problems resulting from improper or inconsistent planting depth.
Ag Leader's Hydraulic Down Force System responds instantly to changes in the field and helps you overcome planting challenges like seed trench compaction.
Powerful, Consistent Meter Drives
With SureDrive™ growers gain precise control of planter meter performance to incorporate variable rate planting, turn compensation and row-by-row shut-off.
Installing SureDrives on your planter also eliminates rusty chains, time intensive air clutches, old harnesses and bearings that constantly cause upkeep and headaches.
Complete control from one display
Manage seed population, planter performance, hybrid/variety mapping, split planting and more.
Easy to install and use, the adaptable InCommand™ displays can expand your farming capacity by helping you record all of your planting operations in one display, including refuge acres for GMO crops. Best of all, there's no need for multiple monitors in the cab: Ag Leader can do it all!
Advanced Seed Monitoring
SeedCommand™ offers complete planter monitoring functions, eliminating the need for an additional planter monitor. View data and graphics on population, singulation and skips/doubles in real time on a row-by-row basis.
Automated Steering Solutions
Ag Leader provides the premier automated steering system for precision farming: SteerCommand™ with GPS 6500. SteerCommand with GPS 6500 offers sub-inch accuracy, simple setup and robust correction options. If easier steering is a priority, you won't find a better choice than Ag Leader.
There is no doubt we are saving
diesel when performing field
operations, but most importantly we are saving time, and time is money when you are farming.
-Chad Swindoll, Tutwiler, MS