Skip to content
ISO certification

A History of Innovation

There was a time when farming was done at a slower pace. It was a time when horses and oxen provided the pulling power and farmers walked the field behind them. Fields were tilled with a single coulter blade fastened in front of a plow that would cut through crop residue and break up clumps of sod prior to turning the soil. And we were there.

In 1884, Steven Ingersoll took over a small coulter disc manufacturing company in Sandoval, Illinois. The discs produced there were the state of the art, back then, but everything was about to change.


If it's as sharp as a razor, as hard as a rock, and flexible enough to survive a hit from one, IT'S GOT TO BE INGERSOLL.

Back to Top