Sky agricultural seed drill

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The Sky range of agricultural seed drills

Performance, simplicity and ease of use are the hallmarks of Sky pneumatic seed drills. The high-precision centralised metering and electronic control of this range of seed drills guarantee you perfect control over seeding. The Easy Drill is the culmination of over 40 years of research and development. It is now the new benchmark for professionals. Whether you’re ploughing or stubble ploughing, there’s always a Sky seed drill for you. With their tried-and-tested design, Tramline seed drills are robust and reliable in every way. With precise, easy-to-adjust row-by-row metering, Tramline seed drills are at your service in all circumstances. After 15 years of development, the MaxiDrill is now one of the benchmarks for fast seed drills. The largest clearance on the market for fast work in all conditions. The XEOS TF front-mounted hopper is a major asset for all contractors and farmers looking for performance and profitability. As a multi-purpose fertiliser/seed drill, it is indispensable and economical when used regularly throughout the year, from spring to autumn, including sowing cover crops in summer.

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Sky attaches particular importance to guaranteeing a quality service, from the time the order is placed to the time the machine is used in the field, including the supply of spare parts. Our technicians and trainers work closely with our dealers to provide you with the best possible service on a daily basis.

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