CEAT Specialty to Sponsor Welcome Reception at No-Tillage Conference

CEAT Specialty is proud to announce that we will be one of the welcome reception sponsors for the upcoming National No-Tillage Conference at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown in Indianapolis, January 9-12, 2024.

For more than three decades, the conference has been providing practical tips and information to farmers who need to run a more successful and profitable no-till operation.

The conference will be an energetic 4 days of nonstop learning from leading no-tillers, agronomists, researchers, and other no-till experts sharing innovative ideas that can help farmers get the most out of their no-till farming system.

This 32nd annual conference offers a mix of thought-provoking general sessions, expert-led no-till classrooms, collaborative no-till roundtables and bonus pre-conference on-farm workshop and dinner at no-till innovator Mike’s Starkey’s Farm! Plus, valuable pesticide recertification and Certified Crop Advisor credits will be available to qualifying attendees.

The conference is a good fit for CEAT Specialty, which entered the North American market five years ago with a wide range of technologically advanced tractor and implement tires.

CEAT Specialty is investing heavily in research and development to develop tires with improved tread patterns, enhanced puncture resistance, and increased load-carrying capacity. These innovations contribute to higher efficiency, reduced downtime, and enhanced productivity in agricultural operations.

CEAT Torquemax

Featuring innovative rubber compounds, tread design and construction, the CEAT FARMAX radial tractor tire line delivers long tread life, dependable traction in the field, a smooth and steady ride on the road, and low soil compaction.

Torquemax, available in VF and IF versions, is also a key product from CEAT Specialty Tires. Designed for high horsepower tractors, the Torquemax radial provides better traction and prevents slippage even when used in wet soil or muddy fields. With its optimized design, the Torquemax reduces fuel consumption and provides good roadability.

The Spraymax sprayer tire is another outstanding radial from CEAT Specialty. The Spraymax, which is available in VF and IF versions, has deep and wide lugs that provide superior traction and prevent slippage during spraying. With a heavy ply rating, it can carry a large amount of weight with ease, making it the perfect tire for the larger self-propelled sprayers. CEAT has incorporated a special rubber compound in the Spraymax that allows the tire to resist abrasions and cuts, thus providing a longer lifespan.

Going to the National No-Tillage Conference? Please stop by the CEAT Specialty table at the welcome reception to talk tires!

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