This item has been supplied by a forage marketer and has not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hay & Forage Grower.Already the most efficient and reliable self-propelled sprayers on the market today, the 2020 model year lineup of Apache Sprayers includes enhancements that will continue to streamline an increasingly important field operation for row crop farmers.
The 2020 Apache lineup is the result of listening; Equipment Technologies (ET) engineers have listened to farmer-customers and operators, learned what’s important to them and responded by integrating key new enhancements to the machines. Or, in cases like the new Apache AS840 — with its hefty 800-gallon tank — ET is offering altogether new products to help customers work more effectively and efficiently in the field.“Attention to our customers’ needs is a huge priority in the improvements we make to Apache Sprayers from year to year, and the 2020 model year is no exception,” said Matt Hays, CEO of ET. “Farmers told us they wanted features to help them make better, more efficient use of their time in the field and technology is a growing priority for many farmers. In the new lineup of Apache Sprayers, we deliver improvements that meet these needs and show our continued attention and commitment to farmers’ needs. We’re all in on our customers’ success in the field, and our new sprayers reflect our shared ethic of performance in every pass through the field in an Apache.”
The improvements offered in 2020 Apache Sprayers range from user-friendly design elements to advanced technology, including:
“The 2020 model year Apache Sprayers will help farmers improve spraying efficiency and productivity and take full advantage of every minute they have in the field,” Hays said. “And we still offer the best value in the sprayer business. Apache Sprayers are built on the principle of optimizing efficiency in the field. If you consider yourself a business-minded farmer and you’re serious about being cost-effective in your spraying operations, you’re ready for an Apache.”