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New Fendt Rogator 900 Series applicator

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AGCO Corporation recently launched the new Fendt Rogator 900 Series applicator. Farmers can use the 900 as their one machine to apply liquid or dry products any time ‒ pre-plant or postemergence in short or tall crops and after harvest for fall fertilization, burndown or cover-crop seeding.

“The Fendt Rogator 900 is the first of its kind – the only self-propelled, rear-mounted boom applicator with adjustable clearance and easy conversion between liquid and dry systems for ultimate versatility,” says David Fickel, manager of tactical marketing for application equipment at AGCO. “Because the new Rogator can be equipped for nearly any type of crop care application, customers not only optimize their investment in the machine, but have greater control over when and how products are applied.”

The Fendt Rogator 900 Series includes five models:

RG932, RG934, RG934H, RG937 and RG937H, ranging from 315 HP to 339 HP
– RG932 and RG934, with 70-inch-diameter tires, have 56-inch standard clearance
– RG937 has 80-inch tires and 60-inch standard clearance. The two high-clearance, dual-position chassis models, RG934H and RG937H, change to clearance heights of 72 inches and 76 inches, respectively.

All models have AGCO Power 8.4L engines and are equipped with LiquidLogic liquid management, with liquid capacities ranging from 900 to 1,300 gallons, or dry spinner systems with capacities ranging from 253 to 330 cubic feet.

Steel booms of 90-, 100- and 120-foot lengths with 10-, 15- and 20-inch nozzle spacing are available to suit specific width, volume and broadcast needs. An optional aluminum 132-foot boom, 5 percent lighter than a 120-foot steel boom, is also offered.

To learn more about the Fendt Rogator 900 or to locate your nearest dealer, visit

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