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  1. Spotty Dog

    Bourgault duck foot sweeps

    I'm running a Horsch Terrano with Bourgault 7 inch wide duckfoot points but i am only getting around 70 acres before they are worn out. They are made by Blue Armour. Is there a similar point available but with tungsten grafted on to make them last longer ?
  2. C

    Amazone one pass

    Hi, just wondering if anyone has ever fitted horsch coulters to an Amazone drill? Much simpler coulter and cheaper to run I was thinking! Thanks
  3. Vizslaman

    Sub soiler knock on points

    A real newbie question, How do I change the sub soiler knock on points ? I have a JSA 2 legged subsoiler but want to change the points, is there a knack to changing them as I cannot see any form of retaining pin
  4. Deere 6430

    Horsch Terrano FX

    I’m looking forward views on the Horsch Terrano FX mounted cultivator please. Good points and bad points about them. if anyone has a 3 meter one for sale then I would be interested or if there is something better than a Terrano FX
  5. BTT UK Ltd

    Bourgault Tillage Toots - Pins and Springs!

    Bourgault Tillage Toots - Pins and Springs! Do you recognise these ? They are two of the replaceable parts in an 200 series Bourgault adapter. Please check your pins return freely, if not, then give us a call at @BTTUK_Tillage or email [email protected] . At both parts for £5.89 for the pair...
  6. BTT UK Ltd

    BOURGAULT TILLAGE TOOLS UK

    Bourgault Tillage Tools UK Ltd want to make sure that all UK customers know how to contact us. TEL - 01933 971 971 Email - [email protected] Technical Support - [email protected] 'In the UK to support and work with UK Farmers'
  7. Banana Bar

    Dutch Coulters roll pins

    Does anyone know the size of roll pin required? Just fitted a set of points to an 8 metre Sprinter . 2 nd time up the field and 3 coulters have fallen off. The hole measures just slightly less than 7 mm but I can only find roll pins in 6 or 8 mm! BB
  8. BTT UK Ltd

    Bourgault Tillage Tools from Canada invest in UK agriculture.

    PRESS RELEASE 27.04.2021 Canada invests in UK Agriculture. Canada’s leading wearing parts manufacturer, Bourgault Tillage Tools, is investing in UK agriculture by setting up a subsidiary business, BTT UK Ltd, based at Peterborough in Cambridgeshire. Bourgault Tillage Tools are not new to UK...
  9. P

    What point for CO4?

    So I've brought a CO4 to work alongside my Rapid. I've decided to go for either Dutch or Bourgault (I'm leaning towards Dutch). But don't really know which point to go for. So we are blackgrass free so not so worried about disturbance. The CO4 has a liquid fert kit on it so I want to utilise...
  10. Banana Bar

    Horsch Sprinter 12SW

    Will a Challenger 775E be ok on this drill, using 3” Bourgault points? Undulations rather than hills. BB
  11. Direct Driller Magazine

    Farmer Focus: Tom Sewell (Dec 2020)

    As I sit down to write my latest article, I’m reminded that 8 years ago today I was awarded a Nuffield Scholarship. I was selected as part of the #Nuffield13 year group to study “The long-term benefits of no-till farming”. I remember walking onto the stage at the Nuffield conference to be...
  12. S

    Claydon/Bourgault for destroying cover crop?

    TIA for any help. As an organic farmer I’m playing catch-up with cover crops but think they would be a huge advantage if I can bring them into my system. But no glyphosate...... So I‘m looking into terminating cover crops mechanically, trying to avoid ploughing. See some people are rolling in...
  13. Banana Bar

    Dutch or VOS

    We were given a couple of VOS coulters to try this year beside our Dutch coulters. Unfortunately the weather demanded that most of the drilling was done with our Claydon and the Borgault didn’t get tested. The Dutch points on our Sprinter are just about ready to be changed. Is there a benefit...
  14. Farm Classifieds

    2018 Horsch Sprinter 6ST

    2018 Horsch Sprinter 6ST Advert added by: George Atkinson @George1111 Machinery Details Category: Tillage Drills Price: £65000 Condition: Excellent Description Very good condition and has only done approx 1400 hectares. Comes with 4 inch Bourgault VOS coulters ...
  15. farmerman

    Vos openers and drilling legs to use

    Ok looking to have a go at direct drilling and doing a bit of pimping to a cheap drill to get there so I know the best option would be to use a sprinter leg but I know they are very pricey and wouldn’t make it viable to use.. wondering if anyone else used another leg arrangement and was haveing...
  16. L

    drilling row widths

    anybody running metcalf 12 mm points on 250 mm row width , any good or too wide ,just getting ready to dabble ta
  17. J

    Clayton sr drill seed boots

    I have a clayton sr seed drill and would like to make the seed rows wider(less space between the rows). Currently as all claytons i work with a 7" share and a split seed boot attachment at the back of it but would like to go to a minimum 9" share. Bourgalt do not do a split boot any wider than...
  18. M

    Home build dd tine drill??

    How about this as a cheap way of getting into direct drilling? I have this... and this... (bit rougher now as that photo's 20 years old). Whack the DL hopper on top of the pigtail cultivator, change the pigtail shears for (?)Baurgault points or whatever the experts recommend, sort out a...
  19. F

    Horsch duett coulters drilling depth issue

    Having laboriously drilled thousands of acres over the last 35 years with various power harrow/drill configurations, we've bit the bullet this year and bought a s/hand horsch sprinter on duett coulters. To say I'm dissappointed is an understatement. We know very little about how these things are...
  20. norfolk'n'good

    Tine seeders, info required

    Gone from getting concerned to getting a little bit desperate here! Got alot of ploughed and pressed land ready to go but not overly optimistic it will dry enough underneath for either ther combination or vaderstad to go. If the top couple of inches was to dry would a tine seeder be any good...
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