Primary Tillage

975 Reversible Plow

The in-furrow 975 Plow, available with 3, 4, or 5 bottoms, is ideal for small- to medium-sized tractors. The on-land 995 Plow, in 5, 6, or 7 bottoms, gives you maximum productivity from larger-horsepower tractors.

995 Reversible Plow

John Deere 975/995 Reversible Plows give you some definite advantages, both in the field and on your bottom line. The pivoting design lets you reverse the moldboards to make right- and left-hand-side passes to finish plowing faster.

22B Integral Ripper

The single parabolic standard ripper on the 22B Integral Ripper provides an economical means of shattering hardpan by exploding soil upward to promote root growth.

913 V-Ripper

The 913 V-Ripper is ideal to use with a smaller tractor to manage deep subsoiling jobs. It is designed for light- to no-residue conditions.

915 V-Ripper

Check out the 915 V-Ripper. Its true "V" frame positions the shanks for excellent soil and residue flow without plugging. The 915 is available with 5, 7, 9, 11, or 13 standards. Rip as deep as 23 inches, or down to 19 inches with optional coulters. Minimum underframe clearance is a generous 35.5 inches.

2700 Mulch Ripper

Crop conditions change and so do your tillage requirements. You need to be flexible. And that’s what makes the John Deere 2700 Mulch Ripper the right choice for effective one pass mulching, soil shattering, and leveling. It lets you finish three different jobs in one pass, decreasing your fuel costs. With the 2700, you can easily manage residue levels, the amount of soil fracturing, and the soil profile.

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