Kyle, we farmed 240 acres for years with a 560 as the largest tractor. We put anhydrous on with it but the tank was small and did only a few rows. I don't know if your supplier would have the small rig for putting it on anymore with the scale that the farmers are now. We went to Urea as it was easier and safer to do for the N. Anhydrous really got rid of the gophers though.You might want to get someone else to do it custom for you because the equipment now is so large.There are other sources of N if you look. Broadcast spreaders are larger now than when we used them but you don't have to fill them all the way up either. Depends on how soft of ground and how many hills you have, just watch the gross weight and you will be safe.Hope this helps and good luck. P.S. I have a 560 too and have always liked them. Roger
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