AS600 Airseeder

“Tilth grows seed.  This is what we’re all about at Taeges”

Built on the proven 6m Taege Cultivator base, our Air Seeder is a machine that has been in demand for some time.  Competitively priced and offering great value, the Taege Airseeder offers a full range of complement upgrades to suit your individual needs.

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Taege Air Seeders

– Available in 6m or custom build size options.

– Good contour following is achieved due to the slot mounted wings.

– Hydraulically controlled lifting on all four legs giving you easy depth control with the ram spacers.

– Slot mounted wings allow for drop below and raise above horizontal for contour following.

– Adjustable front draw bar angle for easy leveling.

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All Taege Air Seeders come with:

Adjustable harrows:   These are an option that gives great results by covering the seed planted and ensuring good seed to soil contact.

Very flexible ‘S’ Tynes: The ‘S’ Tynes are set on a patented angle combined with the Taege 3-piece boots and hard wearing narrow tungsten faced tips – its a vastly different set up to other tyne drills.

Computerized sponge metering system:  This system is standard on all models and provides fast, easy and accurate calibration without the risk of seed damage.

Strong, fully welded, hot dipped galvanized frame and brackets: Ensuring the longevity of your investment.

Optional upgrades

Air hopper broadcast unit – 800L Oil cooler
Rear Drawbar tongue Rear drawbar extension
Rear hydraulic extension Hazard panels
Straight finger harrows – 12mm Bent finger harrows – 12mm
Drawbar Mesh Air seeder high speed cassette
Small seed insert Air seeder high flow empty chute

Specifications

121mm row spacing trailing models
Models  
Row spacings (mm) 121
Outside tyne to tyne (mm) 5856
Overall width (mm) 6300
Folded width (mm) 2700
Space between folded wings
Number of tynes 49
Number of tyne rows 4.5
Tyne row stagger (mm) 590
Working speed (Kph) 2 – 14
Tractor HP required 140
Approx weight

“The machine is cost effective in the respect that it has a significantly lower cost of ownership than its disc drill counterparts in both initial outlay and running costs per ha.

This drill has a considerable amount of technology.

In my opinion, in some areas this is actually better than larger, heavier and more expensive European drills.  Given that it’s kiwi-made and they are doing a bloody good job of it, with exciting things to come in the future, why wouldn’t you support them?”

Jaiden Drough, New Equipment Tester, Farm Trader.

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