I'm looking for advice or recommendations on (100-150 gallon) 3 point sprayers.
We are typically farming between 10 and 40 acres and are currently using a 40 gallon Fimco we bought 6 years ago after deciding to lease out the majority of the farm and selling the 1000 gallon sprayer we had.
The Fimco hasn't been too bad, however, the tank just cracked for the second time and I just went through 3 check valves ($30 per) just to spray out a tank. I would like the new one to have a PTO pump as well.
The sprayer is typically used for spraying glyphosate on corn/beans and we use either a Farmall 706 or CIH JX80...
Re: Looking for advice: 3-pt Sprayers in reply to Sandoak 3, 06-12-2018 08:29:05
I use a pull type on a two wheel cart. I don't like 3 point sprayers because of their weight on the three point.Most sprayers are built using 'vendor' parts.I don't think 'brand' has much to do with it. Look for quality parts and workmanship.
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