Planter technology drastically changed in 1971 when the IH Cyclo planter was introduced. This revolutionary machine eliminated the need for planter plates, clutch and all other components on other planters. IH used an air metering system to provide the ultimate in planting accuracy. The key to the Cyclo planter was a stainless steel planter drum. Changing from corn to beans required a simple change of drums rather than row unit plates found on other brands. The Cyclo also offered bulk fill planting which was an industry first. CaseIH offered the Cyclo planter through 1998

– Working width: 4.57m
– Capacity: 500L
– Usage: planting maize, sugarbeets

Authors: Knagsted, ccs101, jeremytyler662


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