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The How and Why of High Moisture Hay »

What is high moisture hay? High moisture hay can be referred to as haylage, baleage, and silage. It is <60% moisture hay that has been wrapped air tight and allowed to ferment. There are numerous reasons to produce high moisture hay these include: Minimize harvest loss Reduced harvest time Increase ADG (Average Daily Gain) Minimize […]

Grain Bags VS. Grain Bins »

Grain bags provide superior compaction and uniform filling with no loss or damage to the grain. Virtually all grains can be bagged including soybeans, corn, and wheat. Grain BAGS Grain BINS LOW fuel charges NO STORAGE FEES & bags can be moved to different locations NO PROPERTY TAXES on bags 1 PERSON can run a […]

Benefits Of Using An APV Roller VS Hydro Seeding On Your Landfill »

“We are very impressed with the results! It is a simple and easy to use product and this is the best grass we have established on these slopes in the … years I’ve been with the company.” -Josh Hailey, Operations Manager at Highland Landfill Angelic New York COST: One time purchase of a GW roller […]

Bale Spear 101: Choosing The Correct Bale Spear »

Think A Bale Spear Is “One Size Fits All” – Think Again With the advent of high density round balers and the increased popularity of silage bales, operators have been experiencing increased challenges in handling these heavy bales. The right bale spear makes all the difference. One challenge is being able to fully embed the […]

McHale F5500 Heavy Duty Fixed Chamber Round Baler »

Loaded with features and rugged enough to handle the toughest of crop and ground conditions.

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RTP Outdoor's GENESIS no-till food plot drill was developed with the hunter & wildlife manager in mind. The GENESIS is a true, no till food plot drill that will plant a variety of food plot seeds and blends, into the ground, even in the toughest soil conditions. The GENESIS features tempered cutting discs, spaced at 7.5 inches apart. The discs slice into the soil, allowing the seeding mechanism to plant the seeds into the created slits and solid, rubber packing wheels trail behind the discs to close up the soil. The GENESIS will provide outstanding seed to soil contact even when cutting through standing vegetation.

The GENESIS no till style of planting is highly effective for food plots and wildlife managers. The converted seeds will have outstanding seed to soil contact, allowing for faster germination & preventing birds & other wildlife from eating the seed. No till food plotting also helps preserve soil moisture while preventing weed growth. Weeds will compete with the planted food plot species for sunlight, water and beneficial soil nutrients. Our competitors use various other methods and try to pass them off as a true no till, but only RTP Outdoors offers a machine that does not disc or turn the soil, but rather the GENESIS actually "plants" the seed into the soil. With the GENESIS, there's no need to drag the soil or "drop-n-stomp", hoping to see germination.

The GENESIS has a simple seeding mechanism that is easy to calibrate and extremely accurate. It works with various seed sizes without the need for a second seed box. That's right, the GENESIS can plant food plot seed mixes and blends, at one time, without multiple passes or changing out equipment. With no seed left exposed to wash away or be eaten by wild game, the GENESIS is the obvious choice. Why waste time and money on seed, time and time again, when you can plant it right the first time with the GENESIS no till food plot drill.
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