Indiana farmer Chris Deneve bought a SMART-TILL® to improve his soil profile. "I want to fracture the soil rather than flip the soil," he says.
"My goal is to reduce the number of passes in the field," Chris says. "I plan to use the SMART-TILL® for one pass in the field in the fall and then one pass in the field in the spring before I plant."
He’s established a three-year evaluation program to determine the value of SMART-TILL® tillage versus conventional tillage. He’s already found the SMART-TILL® to be a low-maintenance and well-built implement.
"I am impressed with the SMART-TILL® so far," he says. "And in rocky Indiana ground it tends to bring up less rocks than traditional tillage tools."