The Chisel Ripper moving forward
What if I told you that you didn't have to do anything different than what you had been doing and get up to 19 bushel an acre corn yields, but do it faster and with less fuel consumption?
You say I am not a corn farmer, what does this have to do with me? Well with the same lack of effort you can improve your soil quality and not have to add anything.
The only thing you have to do is purchase a new high-quality tool to replace your old worn out chisel plow or soil savor. With a new FarmBuilt Chisel Ripper which includes a lifetime warranty parts from Bellota Agrisolutions. The Chisel Ripper is one of the very few purchases that you will make that will actually pay for itself in serious yield increases.
What is easier than that?
hen you watch videos of Chisel Ripper in motion note how the soil flies from up around the rear shanks. That is one of the ways our tillage tool sets itself apart from the rest. We have designed the Chisel Ripper to shatter the soil use of forwarding motion. Chisel plows roll the earth over which requires more horsepower. That will not allow the chisel plow to go as deep as we are able. The shanks on a chisel plow are usually closer together, which requires more Horsepower per working foot. The forward shatter from the Chisel Ripper expands the furrows from the bottom point to the top. The center tines work what is left. If You compare the Chisel Ripper to a disc-ripper (this is the closest equivalent tool). The disc ripper forces the large points into the soil. They need to lift to perform there tasks and the heavy disc-blades to work the soil between the rows. When you are done, you have not aerated the soil plus used a lot of fuel and power to do it. If you are not a large enough farmer you may not have a tractor available. Our tool has everything covered. A regular V-ripper was the same issues. Then in wet soil both tend to smear and may not get the desired lift you need. With our tool, you able to get positive results in wet soil.
I personally have never let what others say or do influence what I know is possible. If someone says I cannot it becomes a challenge to me. I never stop trying to improve on whatever I am doing. No matter what job I have ever done and no matter what I feel, I look back and learn something from it.
Jeff Sberna - Farmer and Founder of J&D FarmBuilt LLC