FAST's Exclusive Hydraulic AutoYaw Cushioning System
The FAST Hydraulic AutoYaw System provides hydraulic cushioning to control FAST's 120'/132' booms. This system significantly reduces boom stress caused by and sudden tractor movements and will lengthen the life of your sprayer. See the video below for more info and click here to see and more info on FAST's 120'+ sprayers
FAST Steerable Hitch
The FAST Steerable Hitch option features turn compensation which will automatically compensate while turning on headlands to leave more bushels in your fields. Click here to see a video and more info.
Boost Your Yields and Protect Your Nitrogen Investment
Follow sound agronomic practices in your nitrogen program. University studies and independent yield studies show that an early in-season nitrogen application by injecting nitrogen IN THE GROUND is a critical way to increase yields and protect your nitrogen investment. See more info below
Looking to Better Utilize your Nitrogen? How Does $63.62 Per Acre ROI Sound?
Universities and Agronomists have both agreed that split application of Nitrogen helps reduce your risk of Nitrogen loss. Click here to see the studies from Beck's Hybrids which over 4 years across 4 locations have proven that side-dressing nitrogen at V3-V6 pays, with an average ROI of $63.62 per acre per year!
Looking for Ways to Reduce Your Costs Per Acre?
Today's Ag environment is changing, operating margins are becoming tighter, and pre-emerge spraying is becoming increasingly important. All of which make pull-type and 3-point mounted sprayers a better fit for your operation. Click here to see how you can save $59,400 over the next five years!
FAST offers the 15" CAMSO/Camoplast Track system which provides superior flotation and helps increase your application window with our 2400 gallon tank. 78% ground pressure reduction compared to single tires and uses suspended, double oscillating mid-rollers for greater stability as well as oil bath bearings for increased durability. Click here to see a video and more info.