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Here at Northwest Tillers our family has been building high-quality tillers for over fifty years and four generations.  If you are looking for a tool in your ground preparation that gives you the greatest rate of return on your investment, you are in the right place. Northwest Tillers is known around the world as the most rugged and versatile mulcher on the market today, with special designs built for one-pass preparation in industries such as vegetables, hay and forage, strawberries, vineyards, nuts, cotton, turf and more.  Each unit is hand built to your specifications right here in the USA with thousands of designs that can be tailored to fit your needs.

Versatile Equipment

Our tillers can be designed, with your input, to handle multiple applications, eliminating the need for multiple passes, saving fuel, labor and the need to own multiple tools. Each Northwest Tiller can be pre-designed to provide a full till, vegetable mulcher, strip till or orchard floor management. With over 50-years under our belt we can build you the best unit for your crops and farming practice. 

Rugged Reliability

Plan on a long life expectancy with your Northwest Tiller. We have units still in the field today that are over 35 years old. With parts available for any unit, young or old, a Northwest Tiller will keep your farm in business till the cows come home.  What sets Northwest Tiller apart from all the rest?  Our rotors, a sturdy two-piece design on a 3 inch by 3 inch solid square shaft, are the workhorse of our units.  Built on a ½ inch solid frame, our tried and true ring and pinion gear designs handle up to 470 HP which will keep your Northwest Tiller in the field long after it’s paid for itself.  Your unit will get you into ground that no other tiller unit would touch, from sandy soil to clay and small river rock.  Let us show you why a Northwest Tiller is the best choice for your farming needs on the market today 


"I think we'll wonder in a couple of years how we got by without one of these things." -Jake Wenger, Wenger Ranch