Wheat School – Make Sure Your Air Cart is Ready for Seeding

Every farmer at some point in their career has to deal with gremlins. From the moment you park your machinery it’s a virtual free for all of loosening bolts, fraying belts and poking holes in things. That’s why every year at seeding, sure enough, as soon as you take that equipment out to use it, something inevitably goes south. Now, you can’t spray for gremlins, you can’t trap them, all you can do is repair the damage they’ve done before you hit the field, but you have to know where to look.

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In this episode of the Wheat School, Trent Beres of Morris Industries shows us where to look as he guides us through the pre-seeding inspection of an air cart to help producers avoid a seeding disaster.

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