Planning Ahead - We can help!
Listed below each month are the products Fennig recommends to purchase in order to receive a timely delivery. Order early before inventory runs low. If you have any questions about adding these upgrades to your equipment, contact Gary.
January - April
When the weather is right, planting will be in full swing. Will your planter and field equipment be ready? Great advances has been made over the last few years with implements, tool bars and coulters.
2967 - Row Cleaners
2960 - No-till Coulter's
2995 - Planter Starter Fertilizer Bar Mounted
3000 - Planter Starter Fertilizer Bar Mounted
2962 - Planter Starter Fertilizer Unit Mounted
2968 - Planter Starter Fertilizer Unit Mounted
2959 - Planter Starter Fertilizer Unit Mounted
6200 - Closing Systems (Seed-to-Soil Contact)
2984 - Strip Till Units
2987 - Pre-Plant NH3
3500 - Rotary Hoes
2000 - All Steer High Capacity Cart
3800 - Heavy Duty Toolbars
71 Series Planter Units
1300 Bulk Seed Products
May - July
Bring on the hay! In farming there is no time to procrastinate. With the planting done, it is now time to prepare for the colder weather needs by making hay. If you need twine or netting, proionic acid, hay wheel rakes or basket rakes, Fennig Equipment has your hay making supplies. Allow plenty of time to prepare for the fall!
August - October
There is just something about harvest. It is a time that we can reap the benefits of our hard work and planning. This is such an important part of the whole year and it is extremely important to be prepared. One of the most popular pieces are now the Stalk Devastators. Fennig Equipment can get your combine ready. Gary can also help with your cover crop needs.
November and December
November and December tend to be perfect months to plan for the upcoming year. With harvest complete, the quiet winter months can allow for farmers to examine their equipment for any wear or tear. It is also a good time to research the latest implements and attachments that will make planting, field work and soil prep more effective and efficient. You might have a lot of questions. Gary can help. Contact him to schedule an appointment so that he can come to your farm. Together, you can discuss the options for your type of operation and equipment.