Morris Showcases its New Prototype Disk Drill in Regina at Farm Progress

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One of the coolest things about trade shows is the “hot off the press” angle many manufacturers take in showcasing their products. This year at the Western Farm Progress Show in Regina, I saw a number of those products. Some of the products are so new, they don’t have pricing yet. It makes for a great atmosphere around the show and it gives companies a chance to showcase what they’re all about and what they bring to the table.  Traditionally the Farm Progress has always promoted new innovations and this year is no different.

Morris Industries is one of the companies using the show to display some of it’s cool new prototype equipment. Historically, Morris has always been in the seeding business, so the making of a disc drill just made sense. We spoke with Don Henry, Morris’s Chief Operating Officer about their new disc drill, some of it’s revolutionary new features, and what drove them to develop it.

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