The SGT Saddletrac tanker was the first of its kind to operate in the UK in 2013. The tank can hold up to 32m³ of liquid and is capable of spreading up to 1000 tonnes per day. Fitted with a larger 32m Vogelsang boom compared to the Kaweco, we are now able to spread between 24m to 32m tramlines at a rate of 6m³ per minute. Not only this, but the Saddletrac runs on 900m wide, low ground pressure tyres ensuring the precise application of liquid nutrient to the crop with minimal damage.
There are four methods of slurry application when using the SGT/XERION combination tanker:
A 7.2m Injector which is used mainly on grassland and stubbles prior to cultivation
A 15m Bomec Trailing Shoe for applications to standing arable crops, reducing the need for as much bagged fertiliser
The UK's first 30m and 32m Vogelsang dribble bar which means slurry can be applied at 24m, 27m, 30m and 32m tramlines in growing crop, allowing for plenty of flexibility to suit your cropping requirements
A 6m cultivator to apply to stubble post-harvest to replenish nutrient levels in the soil
Unlike other tankers on the market, neither the SGT Saddletrac nor the Kaweco rely on a vacuum pump and the rate of application can be varied from the operator's seat. As the machine is steered by a GPS system; overlap is also eliminated.
Organic fertilisers enable you to provide many benefits to your crop at a reduced cost compared to traditional fertilisers and with added nutrient benefits.Read more
Liquid Waste Management
Our investment in machinery enables us to provide our customers with many benefits when it comes to managing liquid waste and in particular; the correct application of slurries as fertiliser.Read more
CLAAS XERION 3800
The XERION 3800 is a versatile machine with an intelligent four-wheel steering system which makes it a key tractor within our fleet.Read more
"We have been using R C Baker Ltd for over 25 years to provide our dairy farming business with contracting services and always found them to be a very reliable and diligent company to be working with. We also benefit from their innovative approach of trying to improve our farm efficiency through the use of new ideas, techniques and machinery. I have no doubt that our business relationship will continue for many years to come."