That Doesn't Quit

A Reliable Agricultural Solution


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We welcome all prospective buyers and dealers to stop by our plant for a track filler demonstration. Since we use the product, we will gladly demonstrate it in one of our fields.


Made in USA

The Oteco Wheel Track Filler is proudly built in the United States of America. We are proud of our small-town roots and still conduct all track filler manufacturing in Wheatland, WY.


Built Tough

We believe that our customers should use the Oteco Wheel Track Filler for more than a lifetime. With quality our top priority, our products can be passed down from generation to generation.


Happy Customer

I just want to let you know that you have the best solution on the market. We have purchased all the other types and none of them fixed the problem. Look no further than the Oteco Track Filler.

- Rory Pancheri

We own irrigation in eastern Colorado. The fields are anything but flat. Before the Oteco track filler we would fight sprinklers getting stuck at the end of the season. Dirt washed down the tire track to the bottom of the field and our sprinklers would have to push, spin, and power through those mud filled spots or get stuck. Putting added stress on center drives, gearbox’s, and u-joints. Since buying the track filler those problems are a thing of the past. The track filler not only fills the track, but also gives the tires a sand and gravel base to run on. Keeping the tires free of mud build up and taking away the extra stress of spinning through mud spots. We haven’t had a sprinkler get stuck since we bought our track filler. We are so up and down in elevation we have to touch up some spots each year, but it sure beats digging out a sprinkler in 95-degree weather and 100% humidity. The Oteco track filler has saved us time digging out sprinklers and money on gearboxes and center drive repairs.

I raise hay and grain in Idaho and recommend your Oteco pivot track filler. Stacking hay requires three times to hauling the bales from the field. If the tracks are deep you damage the stacker, loader or flatbed trucks to retrieve the bales from the field. When I plant alfalfa hay I make sure that I fill the track before they get deep.  I recommend no more than several inches. If I wait for the track to get 12 or more inches deep it requires a lot of material, which is expense if you have to haul it in. Some people tell me that I am stupid to haul rocks into my field. My solution is to get sized material with sand and a little clay. It packs like a road and still lets you work the ground when rotating out of hay. I see some of my neighbors using the disk filler and I see that they just get a wider track problem. I also experience less expense in replacing gear boxes. I purchase a seven-tower valley pivot and keep my tracks filled and have only replaced one gear box in 12 years.

-Todd P.

Several years ago I had a section of one of my pivots collapse and was told by the pivot company that it was because my pivot tracks were so deep that the pivot couldn't expand and contract I had tried the type of track fillers that just bring the dirt back in the track but that just made things worse so I bought an Oteco track filler and it solved all of my problems my pivots ride on top of the ground now and that eliminated my problem and I replace fewer gearboxes now also because of less stress.

-Glenn, Idaho