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All About Double Disc Drill Parts

Pressure Where It’s Needed

Mojos give drill Keetons enough oomph to push seeds firmly into the bottom of the furrow, exactly where pressure is needed most—to ensure all the seeds get going at the same time, and establish themselves before the seed zone dries out. Seed-to-soil contact is too crucial to leave to chance (rain), or the haphazard effects of packer wheels (pushing on the soil surface, in hopes of something happening at the seed’s depth).

Why the Mojo Wire?

We’ve adapted our highly successful Mojo Wire to fit all current Keeton models for grain drills (i.e., any that are 2-piece, with a replaceable tail snapping into an upper plastic holder/receiver—i.e., the only style sold in recent years). By applying 2x to 5x more pressure onto the Keeton with the Mojo, the Keeton will wear out faster—but at least it’s doing some good at that point! It’s important to do consistent seed firming at the seed’s location—and sometimes this is the difference between achieving a decent stand, or not.

The Mojo Wires are compatible with the liquid feature of these drill Keetons,* although the liquid tubing is routed behind the upper receiver, instead of inside.

Keetons & Mojos will fit most Sunflower, Crustbuster, Great Plains, Marliss and certain other double-disc drills. The new Case-IH Precision 500 / New Holland P2080-series gauge-wheel drills (which lack an OEM firming device) can use a special drill Keeton + Mojo by installing Exapta’s steel bracket for this. (* Note: Keeton’s liquid capability is retained if using Exapta’s closing upgrade; otherwise tail is shortened.)

Chris Horton

Chris Horton brings 25 years of management with him. He grew up on his grandparents farm in Reno County Kansas where they mainly grew wheat and cattle feed. He worked on feed lots as a pen rider and cow-calf operations before moving to Southern California where Chris started a new career in the transportation and transport logistics, eventually managing the western region for a large commercial vehicle leasing company. Chris moved home to Kansas, to manage a local Farmers Coop and then eventually the service dept for a tractor dealership. The opportunity to join the Exapta team came up, and he knew he wanted to be a part of this team.

Michael Beasley

Finance Manager

Michael Beasley joined Exapta after serving in various financial roles over the course of his career, from Controller to Chief Operating Officer. He also spent many years in sales walking fields with growers and learning about their greatest challenges. Michael believes in the future of agriculture and the importance of no-till. He is a strong advocate for regenerative farming and soil health.

Jon Zeller

Current Product Engineer

Jonathan Zeller joined Exapta excited to return to working with no-till planting equipment. He supported research of no-till planting and other ag related projects for 7 years with Kansas State University’s Agricultural Engineering Department after getting his engineering degree. He later worked 3 years for Landoll Company, LLC. where he gained experience in a design engineering role. Jonathan grew up on a small family farm in NE Kansas working with row crops, hay and cattle. Jonathan enjoys solving engineering problems and improving or creating products to be robust and easy to install and service.