New Planter Among Drivers for Seed Hawk’s Plant Expansion

Seed Hawk, a Canadian-based no-till drill manufacturer, announced this week that the company plans a two-phase expansion to its manufacturing facility near Langbank, Saskatchewan, that will see a total of nearly 100,000 sq. ft. added to its capacity within the year. Seed Hawk partnered with Vaderstad Verken Ab in 2006 as a first move to expand the no-till focused company in European, Asian and Australian markets. This latest expansion will serve not only those overseas markets, but is a stepping stone to introducing some brand new lines for the North American market as well.

In this SoundCloud interview with Pat Beaujot, president of the equipment company,’s Lyndsey Smith what it’s like to do business over so very many miles, where the biggest markets for no-till equipment are and just how long it takes to get a drill from the middle of North America all the way to Kazakhstan.

If you cannot see the audio player at the top of the page, CLICK HERE


RealAgriculture News Team

A team effort of RealAgriculture's videographers and editorial staff to make sure that you have the latest in what is happening in agriculture.


Big plans for Ontario hazelnuts

Both the federal and Ontario governments are betting on the future of the province's fledgling hazelnut industry. Last week, both levels of government announced support for the industry, which plans to have 25,000 acres of hazelnut trees in the province by 2027. Ontario Hazelnut Association project coordinator Andrew Nixon notes that the Ontario industry traces…Read more ยป


Leave a Reply