Vertical Till Injector LLC is more than just a manure injection equipment company. We are the relationships that we have built over the years and the name that we have created in the farming community. We are committed to manufacturing equipment that is not only a simple design, yet it is durable and extremely low maintenance.
VTI is built upon Phil Reed’s dream to provide equipment that is more than a concept illustrated on a piece of paper, but something that has been hand developed by a farmer, through 35 years of trial and error with his very own manure hauling business.
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The Most Durable & Simplest Design
You Will Find.
The Lowest Maintenance, Manure
Injection System On the Market
drag to rotate
3-10 MPH with excellent performance
Heavy corn stalks without clogging
Low Draft Manure Injection
Up to 50% less draft than prior technology & Up to 15,000 gal per acre
- Injects manure up to 7” below surface
- Variety of Blades to match your needs; No Till to Conventional Till
- 3.5” ID Manure Pipe with 2.5" Hose
- Adaptable to different bar sizes & drag hose systems
- Other Blades Available for Different Soil Types
- Industry Leading Maintenance Free Closing System
- Hi-Flow Impellers for Hi-Speed Application
Great Equipment Yet Environmentally Friendly!
For me, the VTI provides the flexibility to apply manure under a wide variety of conditions and in any type of crop residue. As a no-tiller, I want to do that in a way that is fast, economical and fits into our no-till system
Phil Reed (Founder & Inventor of VTI)
VTI has been approved and designated by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources as a true no-till liquid manure injector. Our manure injection systems do not leave any manure exposed on the soil surface.
Since the manure is covered, ammonia losses due to volatility are reduced significantly, as is the negative environmental impact from runoff. That’s even more important to no-tillers who apply liquid manure, since ammonia losses can increase when manure is applied on top of crop residue.