Hagie Manufacturing Company
|Equipment Category||Row Crop Applicators|
|Manufacturer||Hagie Manufacturing Company|
|Features & Options||
Hagie Mfg. invented the world’s first self-propelled sprayer in 1947 with a 100-gallon tank and 12-foot booms. The needs of the agricultural industry have greatly changed since then. Today, the world’s largest sprayer currently being produced by Hagie Manufacturing Company is the 1600 gallon Hagie STS 16. Equipped with a Cummins Tier III 8.9 L 365 hp engine, this is the machine to do the job when you need capacity and power. Boom widths range from 60’/80/90’, 60’/100’ or 120’ ft. to best suit the needs of your farm operation or agribusiness. Boasting a 73-inch frame high clearance design and dry weight of 25,250, the STS 16 is designed to a large capacity, powerful machine with low compaction enhancing capablity for pre-seaon burndown applications through post tassel fungicide and insecticide applications. Featuring a 166-inch wheel base and optional hydraulic tread adjust ranging 120 to 152 inches, the STS 16 allows operators to perform full-season applications with minimal crop damage. With all the capabilities of a post-season sprayer, the STS 16 can perform work normally reserved for floater applicators, with enhanced versatility beyond spray applications. With the optional NTB (Nitrogen Toolbar) and DTB (Detasseling Toolbar), operators are equipped with a machine to perform full-season side-dress nitrogen applications late into the season, as well as performing detasseling applications when the timing is optimal, making your Hagie a multi-use machine for your crop production needs. Drive profitability forward. Turn to Hagie as your spray quality and nutrient placement experts. For more information, visit www.hagie.com or call 800-247-4885.
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