Great Plains Pre-Season Implement program.
Details of finance offer for the Great Plains implement range.
December 10, 2019
- Special 1.9% p.a. finance for 13-60 months
- Monthly payments with no repayments for the first 6 months with the balance of finance repaid over the remainder of the term in equal monthly payments
- Term up to 60 months
- Deposit minimum 20%
- Minimum financed amount $4000
- No residual payments
- Credit criteria, terms and conditions apply
- Finance quote must be created by 30/04/2020
- Finance application must be received by 31/05/2020
- Machine installation not later than 30/11/2020
Eligible Models: The entire Great Plains implement range
Great Plains has been a leader in seeding implement equipment in the USA since its inception in Salina, Kansas in 1976. Now a division of Kubota Australia, Great Plains Australia is recognised as a leader in Grain Drills, Vertical Tillage and Conventional Tillage Equipment, Fertiliser Applicators, Planters and Compact Drills.
For over 40 years, our nimble manufacturing facilities in Midwest America have connected with a global distribution network to deliver unmatched adaptability and quality. This is because our entire production process is vertically integrated, giving Great Plains total quality control from machining right through to assembly.
At their Research and Development facilities in Assaria, Kansas, all Great Plains implements are designed in compliance with the latest and highest industry standards. Once a working prototype is built, it is rigorously tested in the lab, on the test track and in many different, demanding field conditions. This is to ensure that when it comes to manufacture and export, all Great Plains equipment is able to stand up to the harsh Australian elements. Once this process is complete and the engineering is proven, the Assaria facility designs and builds all the production tooling required to manufacture the product for export.
Great Plains are proud of our Midwestern American roots and our ability to optimise production and foster innovation in collaboration with Kubota Australia. Tractors for sale
Are you looking to upgrade? Now is your chance.
The SpartanII range is the next generation of Spartans incorporating new and improved features further increasing the productivity and versatility of this well-proven direct drilling solution. The second generation machine has been updated to suit Australian and New Zealand conditions.
Built around tried and tested components and technologies, such as the well-proven zone cultivation design of Great Plains’ 07 Series opener, the new Spartan incorporates a wide range of new and improved features.
Perhaps the most significant change to the Spartan is a complete rework of the drill’s seed tower configuration based on the design platform established with the company’s Centurion cultivator drill. The new patented system utilises half the number of towers and all of them are mounted on the center section.
Other improvements have been made with ease-of-use very much in mind, including seed calibration located at the rear of the machine, easier access to weight brackets, improved on-road handling and new variable-rate hydraulic drive.
The Spartan II retained many important features as well: zone cultivation seeding, impressive opener down-pressure for true no-till seeding, hydraulic weight transfer and excellent ground contour following. The Spartan II comes with two 2885 litre hoppers for seed/dry fertiliser applications. The new 6m working-width Spartan II 607 can be specified with 40 or 32 rows, giving row spacings of 15cm and 19cm respectively.
Implement Finance offer is only available for ABN holders who are using the equipment predominantly for business purposes. Credit provided by Kubota Australia Pty Ltd ABN 72005300621. Terms, conditions, fees charges and credit criteria apply. Different term and different deposit may result in a different rate.