Here is a good one!
look at all the posts on that thread sir, that simply isn't always true. the multi-guys that were having issue with 3600's not buildt square and have to turn the planter first then lay it on the hook, that's crap, and when they miss the hook and destroy 10-12 rows, you think after complaining for two years about the planter not being square and they destroy a bunch of row that at that time is when kinze will step in and make things right.....ok TJ Farmer
The issue cited by WFL Farms on his 3600 planter is easily fixable and we have reached out to offer our assistance. We were unaware of his problem and disappointed that his dealer for whatever reason was not able to help him last year. We agree, it is frustrating to have an issue like this go on for two years.
As farmers ourselves, we understand how critical it is to get the crop in the ground in the spring when the weather often gives us a very narrow window of time to do so. We always want our dealers to be first line of support because they are located closer to the farmer and able to more quickly assist. We value all of our customers and remain ready to assist once a problem comes to our attention that hasn't been resolved.
If you're ever traveling through Iowa on I-80, please be sure and stop by and see our new Innovation Center open M-F 9-4. We can also give you a factory tour if you call in advance.
VP & CMO
Susie, thanks for the reply! How is your dad doing? Tell him Winkle said Hi and will never forget sitting with him at the banquet table in January 2000 for the No-Till Innovator Awards Banquet.