Belts on seed tender need TLC, too, Interview with Indiana Prairie Farmer magazine
When it comes to seed tenders, one thing technology company Continental has noticed is a continued trend for seed tender equipment to use cleated rubber belting instead of PVC belting because of the multitude of benefits when using rubber. Cleated rubber belting, like those used on a seed tender, do not detach from the belt clogging the distribution tubes or row units. It lasts longer and is gentler on the seeds.
In this interview, Continental's Michael Schroeder shares information about the benefits of rubber belting on seed tender equipment and how to best take care of it.
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