RACINE, WI -- The new Tiger-Mate 255 field cultivator from Case IH helps producers meet productivity goals by creating an ideal seedbed in the spring. With each pass, the Tiger-Mate 255 delivers a smooth surface and flat subsurface floor. Paired with the Case IH Early Riser planter, it helps producers achieve maximum yield potential by combining a high-efficiency seedbed with the ultimate in seed placement accuracy. “With so much emphasis on planting speed and efficiency, producers need a superior field cultivator to realize their planters’ full potential,” said Chris Lursen, Case IH tillage marketing manager.
Case IH set the standard for seedbed preparation. The next-generation Tiger-Mate 255 adds to this legacy, incorporating a redesigned shank assembly, tool-free leveling and adjustments, and a more rugged frame for increased ground speed. Now capable of speeds up to 10 miles per hour, the Tiger-Mate 255 helps producers be more productive with no loss in seedbed quality.
“Built using principles of Case IH Agronomic Design, the Tiger-Mate 255 effectively manages residue, breaks up soil clods and puts the finishing touches on the seedbed for optimal seed-to-soil contact, robust root development and even seedling emergence,” Lursen said.