The technique is based on the 1:1 principle, in which the weight of the actual hopper contents is continuously monitored.
Our solution for section control ensures optimized overlap on headland and in wedges. The system regulates and adjusts the application rate of the fertiliser to the shape of the field
In 1991, as the first in the world, we could offer a solution with GPS and application maps. If you use both section control and application maps on your farm we can also handle that.
The centrally controlled regulating system automatically adjusts the fertilisers dropping point on the spreading discs.
The agitator ensures a constant flow of fertiliser and therefore also a constant quantity. With eccentric movements the agitator leads the fertiliser to the outlet.
Our spreading system supports fixed tramlines, as we use only the same tramlines as eg. the sprayer - regardless of whether you have 24, 28 or 36 meters of working width.
For spreading vanes we use manganese steel simply because it has some clear advantages.
You get healthy machine economy when you invest in a Bogballe spreader as it solves several different tasks on the farm.
We offer a wide range of spread charts for seeds.
Fight snails in a timely manner and avoid crop damage. We spread slug pellets up to 24 meters working width.
Quick quantity setting in less than two minutes.
Make your own fertiliser analysis. The test kit controls and matches the fertiliser quality with your supplier's specifications.
It is possible that you find it expensive to purchase a new Bogballe spreader, but in return it is a good business in the long run. Confused? Click to read more.
The big values you fill in the spreader are handled gently by the proven spreading system, which delivers the fertiliser exactly the way you want it.
Our twin-disk spreader is a demanded item with high resale value in the used market.
Cleaning is thought into the spreader's design. On the large M-line spreaders a number of openings in the frame allow access to flush in areas where it is difficult to reach.