New GatorTrak for RoGator

02/08/2013 @ 3:33pm

GatorTrak, AGCO’s four-wheel steering system for RoGator, minimizes damage to crops and beds by leaving fewer tracks and reducing track deviation compared to the conventional two-wheel steering systems.

With the GatorTrak, AGCO estimates $7.96 in increased revenue per headland turn in 180 bushels of corn compared to the $10.90 that would be lost with a two-wheel steering system in the same field. This is possible because of the RoGator’s 16-foot turning radius.

For more information, visit www.applylikeapro.com.

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