To maximize yield, three things must be done well: seed spacing, seed depth, and seed-to-soil contact without sidewall compaction. Great Plains Drills are designed and built using these principles. No matter what your farming practices, we have the right grain drill to fit your seeding needs. We are the seed placement specialists!
12'-37' 3-Point Min-Till
With working widths ranging from 12' to 37', a choice of openers, and two different styles of meters, the Great Plains 3-Point Drill line offers producers a variety of options to meet the needs of their operation.
12' No-Till Drill
A highly economical seeding solution, this versatile 12-foot no-till drill can seed up to three different seeds at different rates – at the same time.
13' End Wheel Min-Till Drills
Our 13-foot end-wheel drill combines rugged construction with a superior opener system, ideal for minimum-till conditions.
15'-25' Heavy-Duty 3-Point
The Great Plains 10HD Series Drills feature heavy-duty blades to tackle tough conditions and are available with either fluted or precision meters to ensure accurate seed placement.
15' 3-Point Mounted Singulating Drill
Precisely singulate seed in narrow rows with our 15-foot, 3-point mounted singulating drill, built with 25 Series Row Units & Clear-Shot® Seed Tubes.
20' Fluted-Feed and Precision Seeding Drills
All of these 20-foot drills feature ground drive and large seed boxes. Choose from fluted-feed, precision singulation, or Air-Pro® metering models.
25' 3-Point Mounted Drills
With fluted-feed, precision singulation, and Air-Pro® metering models, all of these 25-foot mounted drills feature ground drive and large seed boxes.
26'-50' Min-Till Folding
Featuring the largest-in-class seed boxes, the Great Plains 2- and 3-Section Min-Till Drills are designed for maximum productivity, allowing producers to cover the most acres and minimize fill time.
24' & 30' No-Till
Featuring the Great Plains 10 Series opener and coulter combination, the field-proven 24' and 30' Pull-Type Drills precisely place seed in even the toughest no-till conditions.