Testimonials

James Burge

 

Cootamundra, NSW

 

James Burge from Cootamundra NSW purchased his Kelly Diamond Harrow in December 2014 for levelling his country and germinating the Rye grass.

The Kelly Diamond Harrow has produced a great job in smashing Canola stubble and being able to sow straight through it.

James decided to trial the Kelly Spike Disc simply because it is not as aggressive on their tilling operation and to germinate the Rye grass closer to the surface. Their trials have produced good results and they are now using the machine for a wide range of issues.

David Gillett

 

VIC

 

David Gillett from VIC purchased the Kelly Diamond Harrow for weed control and trash management. They were convinced if they did not start doing light mechanical tillage they would run into the problem of chemical and summer spray resistance. The machine is producing a lovely job on mulching the soil down and also taking out the summer weeds. David is convinced they are getting a good germination when sowing with a better seed to soil contact. They are absolutely rapt with the job the Kelly Diamond Harrow is producing.

David Gillett

 

VIC

 

David Gillett from VIC purchased the Kelly Diamond Harrow for weed control and trash management. They were convinced if they did not start doing light mechanical tillage they would run into the problem of chemical and summer spray resistance. The machine is producing a lovely job on mulching the soil down and also taking out the summer weeds. David is convinced they are getting a good germination when sowing with a better seed to soil contact. They are absolutely rapt with the job the Kelly Diamond Harrow is producing.

Keith Freeland

Palestine, Arkansas

Keith Freeland farms around 6000 acres of corn, rice, milo & soybeans.  He has had a Kelly Diamond Harrow on his farm for a number of years and is very happy with the tool.  Keith has had the opportunity to demonstrate the Humdinger and Kelly Diamond Harrow side by side. Keith states the Humdinger does not compare and is no where near the product of a Kelly Diamond Harrow.

 

David Godfrey

Hudson, Missouri

David Godfrey from G & W Farms bought his Kelly Tillage System in 2014 for the sole purpose of being a stalk crusher. He knew with the new genetics the stalks were so tough they needed to do something to help get those beat down and be ready for next year’s soybeans. Since that point they exclusively run this a second time in the spring when they are able to go right into the field and plant.

David Godfrey

Hudson, Missouri

David Godfrey From G & W Farms brought his Kelly Diamond Harrow in 2014 for the sole purpose of being a stalk crusher. They knew with the new genetics the stalks were so tuff they needed to do something to help get those beat down and be ready for next year’s soybeans. Since that point David’s son operates the machine and exclusively runs this a second time in the spring were they are able to go right into the field and plant.

Edward Reams

South Fulton, Tennessee

Edward works with his brother Charles to farm about 30,000 acres of crops such as corn, soybeans, wheat, and milo (grain sorghum).  They do not grow rice.  He oversees operations in Louisiana while Charles oversees operations in Kentucky and Tennessee.  His first sighting of a Kelly Tillage System was in the Stuttgart, Arkansas area about six years ago, when it was being used in a rice field.  After that each promotion he saw of the Kelly Tillage System showed it being used in rice fields.  Edward said they were five years behind in adopting this technology because they believed the Tillage System was only for rice farming.  He didn’t want to believe that.  The Reams Brothers bought one harrow, tried it on their heavy clay (gumbo) soil in TN and KY and were convinced it would work on their ground.  They now have two Tillage Systems used on the farms in KY and TN and a third Tillage System used on gumbo soil in LA.