Growing corn and kidney beans with a tracked planter

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— Paul from Johanning Farms

I'm Paul from Johanning Farms. We manage about 8500 acres, mainly growing corn and kidney beans. One thing that sets us apart is that we irrigate our entire farm using a center pivot system.

We recently invested in upgrading our equipment to boost our yields. One of the key improvements we made was adding tracks to our planter. We went with Soucy tracks because they were the only ones compatible with our setup.

The difference has been noticeable. Since we installed the S-TECH 012P, our planter now follows the tractor much better, especially on hills, and we've seen a reduction in drifting. Plus, we no longer have those pesky wheel tracks marring our fields throughout the growing season.

We've only put the tracks on our planter, but the improvement has been significant across the board. So, when it comes time to upgrade again, you can bet we'll be going with Soucy tracks once more. They've proven to be reliable and effective, making our farming operations smoother and more efficient.

If you're looking to upgrade your equipment and boost your yields, I highly recommend giving Soucy tracks a try. They've certainly made a difference for us here at Johanning Farms.

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