The Kinze 4900 Planter Defines Precision

The National Farm Machinery Show, held each year at Louisville, Kentucky, is a dream show for anyone who likes iron. It’s a huge show, with giant crowds and all the latest and greatest machinery on display. At this year’s show, KINZE Manufacturing unveiled its newest planter — the 4900 model.

The 4900 features a brand new sleek look, a higher frame with big flex for the no-till enthusiasts and a major upgrade to the planting mechanism.

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In this video, Luc Van Herle, with KINZE Manufacturing, takes on an in-depth tour of the new planter’s seeding mechanism — an electronic driven, seed singulator that’s so precise, the company guarantees 99%-plus accuracy.

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