NWSG No Till Drill

dril

 

Requires a tractor with auxiliary hydraulics, preferably at least 60 hp.

Drill cannot be towed at high speeds.

Planting width is 6.5 feet, total width is 10.5 feet.

Adjustable depth control and variable seeding rate adjustments.

$7.50 per acre   /   $100 minimum

$200 deposit required

Payment in full will be made on date drill is rented.

The drill cannot be leased for more than three (3) consecutive days by the same individual without District approval. (Sunday is excluded from the three (3) day lease period) 

 

Want to reserve this equipment?

Follow the steps below:

1. Read the Lease Agreement; complete it, sign it, and bring it with you when you pick up the equipment.  The lease agreement is in .pdf format and opens in Adobe Reader. If you don’t have Adobe Reader, you can download it at get.adobe.com/reader.

Lease Agreement Form

2. Check the availability of this equipment using the calendar.  Reserved dates are in highlighted in blue. Available dates are clear.

Navigate to other months using the arrows at the top of the calendar.

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3. Complete the form below and then click the Submit button to request a reservation for this equipment. Requests will be approved in the order received.



4. Watch your email for confirmation or call our office at 931-528-6472 ext 3.

 

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Our Mission

The mission of the Putnam County Soil Conservation District is to protect and conserve the natural resources of the county for landowners, land users, units of government, educators and organizations by finding and taking available technical, financial, and educational resources and making them available to our clients without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, religions, age, disability, political beliefs, and marital or familial status.

Our History

The Putnam County Soil Conservation District, organized under the provisions of the Tennessee SCD Enabling Act of 1939, officially became a soil conservation district on February 19, 1941, following a referendum in which 322 landowners voted for and 16 against the organization.

 

 

The referendum was held at four polling places, namely Double Springs, Cookeville, Baxter, and Twin Oak communities....

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