Case IH is expanding its lineup of application toolbars for row crop producers with the Nutri-Placer 930 and Nutri-Tiller 950. With new sizes available to match the full lineup of Case IH tractors, these pull-type anhydrous applicator toolbar and strip-till systems can accommodate all sizes of farming operations.

“The Case IH Nutri-Placer 930 and Nutri-Tiller 950 are innovative and rugged for high capacity operations in the next generation of row crop farming,” says Rob Zemenchik, Case IH Marketing Manager for tillage products. “These commercial-grade machines have an industry-leading design life and size options that make sense for producers looking to handle their own nitrogen application or strip tillage.”

Toolbar Offerings

The Nutri-Placer 930 provides consistent nitrogen placement in the root zone with excellent sealing capability for maximum potential nitrogen-use efficiency by the crop. The toolbar comes in working widths of 27.5 feet, 32.5 feet, 37.5 feet, 42.5 feet and 47.5 feet. The 930 is equipped to match the Case IH Puma, Maxxum, Magnum and some of the Steiger row crop tractors.  

In addition to the 60 and 65 foot models introduced in 2010, a new 50 foot version has been added.

Finally, the Nutri-Tiller 950 provides industry-leading strip-till productivity and is also equipped with optional NH3 fertilizer capability. The Nutri-Tiller 950 comes in 20-foot, 30-foot, 40-foot or 60-foot working widths, following the rest of the 900-series commercial-grade family of Case IH application equipment. With so many models to choose from, producers can find the right Nutri-Tiller to match any of the full range of Case IH tractors.

The Nutri-Placer 930 offers 15-inch, 20-inch or 30-inch row spacing, while the Nutri-Tiller 950 offers 30-inch row spacing.

The New Case IH Nutri Placer 930 and Nutri-Tiller 950 Feature:

Tough, flexible and easily adjustable frame structure results in more uptime, allows faster ground speeds and maximum reliability and durability

  • Easy folding and unfolding for transport
  • Low maintenance and longer product life
  • Consistent sealing discs, resulting in the lowest nitrogen losses in the industry