WILLIAMSBURG, Iowa — Introducing the 850-bushel Kinze 851 and 1,050-bushel Kinze 1051 single-auger grain carts that are setting a different standard for grain-handling performance.
Simplicity. Reliability. Innovation. This is what you expect from the company that introduced the world’s first two-wheeled flotation grain cart nearly 50 years ago.
“We’ve always had a reputation of building rugged grain carts for the field,” said Susie Kinzenbaw Veatch, president and chief marketing officer at Kinze. “Now our customers have even more options without giving up the durability and performance they have grown to expect from Kinze.”
The new carts feature a front-folding corner auger design that easily extends and folds while right next to the grain truck. The adjustable spout has a 42-degree range of motion and helps control grain flow and precise placement. The design of the frame provides superior maneuverability and line-of-sight visibility of both the combine and cart spout.
The 20-inch Ultraflyte auger is a computer-balanced auger with concave flighting that has a thickened edge for increased durability and unloads grain up to 450 bushels per minute. Low ground pressure radial tires evenly distribute weight, lessening yield-reducing soil compaction.
“We spent a lot of time visiting with farmers to learn about the features they are looking for in today’s demanding grain-handling conditions,” Veatch said. “With the feedback we received, we think customers will be impressed with the durability, simplicity and smart design of these carts.”