Morris Industries Goes Big With Their 80 Foot Drill

In case you haven’t noticed, equipment is getting bigger every year. Bigger is always relative depending on where you farm. As farms become larger, farmers need to make sure that they are operating with the most ideal efficiency. Getting bigger equipment is not always as easy because it requires larger trucks, larger tractors and more fuel. For the farmer that wants to go big, Morris Industries has an option for you. With an 80 foot seeder you are covering some serious amount of acres in an hour.  Consequently an 80 foot drill and cart requires serious horsepower depending on how flat your land is.

Based on the diversity of farm sizes,  machinery companies still need to focus on all sizes of implements.  Having said that when you have an 80 foot drill it gets some attention.

Don Henry discusses the 80 foot drill and why it makes sense for some farms.

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