The heaviest Vertical Tillage machine on the market!
Unique ability to angle the discs up to a 7 degree angle.
By moving the coulter bar to a more aggressive angle combined with the concave “labrador blades” provides a formidable 1-2 punch to chop through wheat stubble and cover the residue with soil
Utilize the same set-up to chop and incorporate BT corn stalks without “plugging”, even in wet conditions
Avoids Debris Plugging
In wet conditions, our machine is renowned for not “plugging” with debris and in the fall allowing the operator to effectively deal with wheat stubble and BT Corn stalks.
Independent Disc Suspension
The Twister Vertical Tillage machine can penetrate any soil conditions and stay in the ground.
Superior spring-down pressure on each disc
Independent disc system (vs the “ganged” system which risks damage to the unit and inconsistent tillage)
Decrease combine wear and tear
A higher plant stalk provides the ability to set your combine head higher, keeping it from running into the ground and avoiding unnecessary wear and tear on the equipment, also the decreased amount of fuel used.
Earlier springtime planting and plant germination
Use the Twister Vertical Tillage machine for pre-planting to open up the soil and speed up the drying process.
Simple run the machine at a 0 degree angle along your fields
Soy bean stalks grow quicker and higher using this method, thus the advantage in the fall is the ability to combine all of the pods of the plant rather than leaving the lower pods to rot away
Folding and non-folding machines
Standard widths: 12’, 16’, 20’, 24’, 28’, 32’, 36’, 40’
Straight or concave wavy coulter blades up to 20” diameter
“I was pleased with the results of the Twister Vertical Tillage machine. The soy beans seemed to have germinated faster on the land worked with the Twister. The ﬁeld that we worked last fall took six hours to complete with a 24 ft Twister, whereas the fall before it took three days with a 20 ft chisel plow. The corn was chopped up and incorporated well enough to plant into this spring.”
- Brian Burnett (Winchester Area, ON)
“I used a 6 ft twister to go between the rows in my vineyard this spring, and it did a very nice job of lifting and loosening the soil. It did the best job of all the different tools I’ve tried.”
- Juan Newman (Virgil, ON)