Truax Drill

 The Truax Drill has an 8’ span with 3 different bins for different types of seed.

The drill width is 11'.

The drill needs a 45-70hp tractor w/ hydraulics to operate it properly.

The drill’s primary use is for planting Wildlife Food Plots, it can be used to plant alfalfa, Native Warm Season Grasses, and wildlife friendly seeds.

The lease rate is $6.00/acre or a $50.00 minimum. Whichever is greatest.

Completion of the Lease Agreement and a $50.00 deposit is required before picking up drill.

Want to Reserve this Equipment?

Follow the steps below:

Read the Drill Rental Agreement; complete it, sign it, and bring it and your $50 deposit with you when you pick up the equipment.

The following document is available in Adobe Acrobat format: Drill Lease Agreement (PDF; 61 KB)

Check the availability of this equipment using the calendar to the right. It is reserved on days in blue; it is available on days that are white.

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

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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.

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Watch your e-mail for a confirmation or call the Giles County Soil Conservation Service Office at 931-363-2675 Extension 3.

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