Strong Crops Demand Strong Tires
Today’s hardier crops are good for yield, but not so good on tires. Stubble damage can stop fieldwork in its tracks, but there are ways to minimize its impact on your bottom line.
Reducing and preventing stubble damage
For years, farmers did their best to lessen the impact of stubble on their tires through homemade ingenuity. Today there are a variety of commercially available products on the market that have been specifically designed to prevent stubble damage to agricultural tires. While Firestone does not endorse or recommend specific products, these are a few of the many available devices on the market*:
See our technical bulletin: Device for Protecting Tires from Stubble Damage
How does Stubble Damage Effect Your Tires
Take a look at how stubble damage effects Ag tires in this video with Firestone AG tire expert Tom Rodgers.
Tips on Dealing with Stubble
Learn how to protect your tires from stubble damage in this video with Firestone AG Tire expert Tom Rodgers.
Firestone's Stubble Damage Policy
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We’re here for you and your farm
To find out more about what Firestone is doing to minimize the effects of stubble damage on tires and tracks, talk to your local Certified Firestone Dealer