T.J. Schulte, marketing manager with Trimble Navigation, discusses the new NextSwath end of row system with implement compensation. The technology allows operators to turn at the end of a row with the touch of a button, and draws a path around the corner that steers the tractor and implement to follow the same guidance line, reducing turning time and compaction.
Learn more about how Yetter thrived and survived to become the successful manufacturing company they are today in this episode of the “How We Did it” Docuseries.
Watch Part 2: https://youtu.be/Q92eQF98NPY
Full Docuseries: https://www.farm-equipment.com/innovators-docuseries