Fixed wing rippers have been around since the early 20th century because they work and are economical.

No moving parts makes them fast, reliable and not prone to breakdown. Wear parts are common ag components that can be sourced anywhere so repairs are quickly accomplished in the field.




Soil compaction affects the ability of water and fertilizers to soak in and benefit your crop, as well as keeping roots from getting where they need to go. Ripping the soil on an annual basis can increase yields substantially.