Treffler-Man@Machine is official importer for Treffler Organic Machines to the USA and Canada. World-wide we work together with farmers to promote machinery for better farming practices. Our goal is to bring smart Treffler technology to everyone, farmers should have equal opportunities. Whether you choose a machine from the hand drawn TINY Treffler series or one of the larger machines, Treffler technology stands for good farming practices, for all farmers great and small.
When it comes to mechanical weed control, the Treffler harrow is a different category of machine: superb in its simplicity, perfect flexibility, light-weight for little compaction, an environmental people friendly ag machine. The Treffler TS Precision harrows for in Row Harrowing is designed to manage early emerging weeds in your vegetable, herb and field crops. Treffler offers the widest adjustable tension range on the market and our tines always follow the contour of your field, ridge, hill, or raised bed guaranteeing that your field will be worked evenly. Our Treffler cultivators are designed for an 1inch 100% cut of cover crops, for minimal soil disturbance. The art of harrowing and shallow cultivation supports better soils and crops, people friendly agriculture for healthy people.
Visit our website and learn more about our machines: www.OrganicMachinery.net
or call our Treffler-Man@Machine Promoter in Pennsylvania:
Mr. James L. Byers from Byers Organic Dairy at +1 (223) 205-8171
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