Benefits of zero tillage farming
Using a farming drill that has a leg to break the soil, a consolidation press wheel and sowing foot to evenly sprinkle your seeds to your crops, is the practice known as zero tillage farming.
A study from River Trust shows that using a no till drill, rather than traditional ploughing, can help farmers to grow crops in lots of ways, for example:
- Controls the quality of weeds growing
- More cost-effective than ploughing
- Reduces the amount of soil erosion
How to sell used farming drills
Do you have a Vaderstad drill or other farm drill that you’re looking to sell? You can sell it on Mascus. To do so, you’ll need to become a Dealer or End User. If you have more than one farming drill, we’d recommend signing up as a Dealer, because you’re eligible for a range of exclusive benefits. These include:
- Mascus Reporting Tool – you can order this to receive access to detailed analysis on your advert performance
- Stock imports – receive updates of your stock every day, so that you don’t have to check
- Facebook profile - increase your potential sales by displaying your stock on your own Facebook company page
When you’ve signed up and been confirmed, you’ll need to make your advertisement to sell your farming drill. Don’t forget to include clear images and list the important product details, as this will encourage potential buyers to get in contact.
How to buy a used no till drill for sale
Need a Kverneland drill to sow your crops at a better working rate? If you’re looking for a Massey Ferguson 130 direct drill for sale, or any branded farm drill, you can search for the product on Mascus.
Did you know our platform allows you to choose your budget, the location of the seller and other preferences? Once you’ve viewed the no till drills that are currently available, take a look at the uploaded images and description to find out more about the product. Then, fill out your details in the form and the seller will contact you.
Not sure where to start? Browse the available listings of second-hand Horsch drills to get started.