Seed Drill

We have a Land Pride 606NT pull-type, no-till drill available to rent. At a 6 ft. working width with optional capacities for native grass and small seeds, the drill is ideal for any cover crop or pasture renovation application if you have a minimum 40 HP tractor with rear remote hydraulics to run it.


We require borrowers to attend one of our no-till drill workshops that are held throughout the year and learn the basics of operating the drill. Or you can watch the below video of a recorded workshop and take our short operators test.

The rental fee for using the drill is the delivery fee charged by Jennings Equipment of Puyallup to drop off and pick up the drill from your farm. See below for Jennings delivery fees for select cities

Buckley: $222              Gig Harbor: $244               Orting, Puyallup, Sumner, Tacoma: $178

Roy, Graham: $266      Eatonville: $360

Click Here to Take the Operators Test

No Till Drill Training Video from Allan Warren on Vimeo.

View the manufacturers how to video and see the drill in action

Additional Resources for Succeeding with No-Till

Preparing and Calibrating a No-Till or Conventional Drill for Establishing Forage or Cover Crops

NRCS Calibrating a Seed Drill for Cover Crop Mixtures

Steps to Successful No-till Establishment of Forages

Exapta No-till Seeding Guide  

Why No-Till?

The Science of Soil Health: What Happens When You Till? (NRCS)

Ten Ways Cover Crops Enhance Soil Health


Contact Alison Nichols, 253-845-9770, ext. 132 for more information about the drill or renting the drill, upcoming drill workshops, or questions about the drill workshop video and test.