Superior control
& accuracy

    Furrow shanks loosen wheel
compaction and cut furrows in front of the
shaper pan. The narrow cutting edge with
a center point pulls with balance. Bed
shapers always pull straight with
penetrating ease. No side-drafting
problems like plow-style bedders. No
gadgets. Proven simplicity.
    Furrow wings start forming the entire 
furrow. When forming a common furrow
between bed tops (with one-row bed
shapers), the front tractor wheel can be
properly aligned for precise bed spacing.
No tractor weaving. No contacting the
previous bed. No need to offset the bed
shaper. Soil flow is balanced. Beds will
appear as if formed with a 3-row shaper
    When forming drive-space beds with
furrows inside of tractor wheels or when
forming wide-space beds, simply remove
the outside furrow wings.

Surface drainage solutions
    We offer many practical surface drainage solutions. One way to improve surface drainage is using contoured rows. While curvy rows may be catchy to the eye, opting for straight point rows between contoured drainways is generally more practical for many reasons.
    Small wet spots can often simply be leveled, which is a minor investment compared to the overall effort needed to do field work on contoured rows.
    Guide disks are not needed for slopes. But for the occasional grower that needs to farm on the hillside, when tractors and equipment clearly tend to side-crawl when driving across a steep slope, install guide disks to "steer" bedder-layers with the tractor 3-point hitch. Both the tractor and bedder-layer perform best.
    We also offer solutions for beds to be stepped on the hillside. Each bed top can be level instead of sloping with the hill.