Great Plains adds Lister Cultivator to its Tillage Equipment Line

 

SALINA, KS – In response to growing customer demand for a price-competitive alternative to the competition, Great Plains is introducing its new LC40 Lister Cultivator model this spring. The LC40 Lister Cultivator is built in the spirit of other Great Plains equipment with a focus on innovation, functionality, and toughness.

 

The LC40 Lister Cultivator combines a stack-fold toolbar with versatile parallel linkage row units. The parallel linkage and depth band coulters allow for precise depth gauging on individual rows. The row units can be configured to 30", 36", 38", and 40" row spacings. Users can configure it as a lister or turn it into a row crop cultivator with rear sweeps.

 

A few additional benefits of the LC40 Lister Cultivator include:

  • Thicker mainframe walls for long-term durability
  • Laser cut depth gauges for precision seedbed preparation
  • Locking depth controls for planting accuracy
  • Wider depth gauging coulter mountings for added strength and durability

 

Like all Great Plains seedbed preparation tools, the LC40 is engineered using sound agronomic principles. It allows the grower to realize maximum yield potential by creating a seedbed that is perfectly prepared for the planter.  Plus, it is backed by Great Plains’ reliability and quality service.

 

To locate an authorized Great Plains dealer near you or to learn more about the LC40 Lister Cultivator and Great Plains’ growing line of innovative line of tillage tools, visit www.greatplainsag.com.

 

Founded in 1976 by Roy Applequist, Great Plains Manufacturing employs 1,400 people in eight Kansas communities and Sleaford, England. In addition to its Ag equipment division, which manufactures seedbed preparation, nutrient placement, and seeding equipment, Great Plains Manufacturing’s other divisions include Great Plains International, Great Plains Trucking, Great Plains Acceptance Corporation, and Land Pride, a maker of grounds maintenance tools such as mowers, tillers, and snow removal equipment. Great Plains continues today under the direction of Applequist and remains a family-owned business.

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