The Northwest Tiller’s Sod Buster is built for the toughest tilling jobs around. The hottest days and the hardest ground are no match for the this machine. Call us to discuss your challenges and the Northwest Tillers team will custom build the machine that fits your needs. Built in the great Northwestern USA in Yakima Washington.
Features the world-renowned Northwest Tiller shock absorbing belt drive system. Proven in the field for over 60 years our innovative belt drive design utilizes spring-loaded belts that help absorb shock from rocks, stumps or other debris. The alternative to designs that transfer damaging shock to expensive tractor components.
"We get faster seed germination, better-rooted onions, larger bud size, and increased yield."
"Northwest Tiller is the most dependable machine [we] have. It is also the most convenient to work on, should the need arise. [I] appreciate that parts are available locally."
"No one can do the job that NW Tiller can!"
"It completely breaks up the clods to make a fine seedbed. This is ideal for vegetable crops. Originally I was going to use the tiller on my vegetable crops only, but the seedbed was so perfect that we then decided to use it on our field crops."
"The sales department and the parts department at Northwest have been very helpful from the point of sale to providing the parts we need to keep our machine running in the fields."
"In years past, Bybee Farms have purchased tillers from our competitors, only to realize that for an operation of their size, they truly need the ruggedness and durability that only a Northwest Tiller can provide."
"I think we'll wonder in a couple of years how we got by without one of these things."
“We discovered it is very effective as a come-from-behind machine. Its very effective at burying grass and chopping it into tiny pieces, much more than a regular disc. That way it decomposes and helps the soil.”
“Northwest Tiller will pay for itself in one season.”
“This is by far the best tool I've ever owned, paid for itself in the first year.”