Do you wash your seeder out when you’re done planting? Have you taken the pressure off your tank lids? Are the chains, bearings and grease-points protected from the elements? A few weeks ago we published an article addressing what you need to do to prepare machinery for storage (including a section on preventing rodent infestations —… Read More

Langbank, Saskatchewan-based SeedHawk has been bought by its Swedish manufacturing partner Vaderstad, according to a press release. The company will maintain its head office and processing facility, home to 250 employees, at Langbank. “We see great potential in Seed Hawk. One of the keys to the North American market is local presence, and Tempo, our… Read More

Winter is in the forecast for some regions of Canada and the United States, and as harvest wraps up, it’s time to start thinking about storing your equipment. If you’re completely knackered from the go-go-go of harvest, sit down, have a cup of coffee, read this and then begin delegating. As tempting as it is… Read More

Tackling huge tasks, including tiling land, isn’t for everyone, but for the ultimate do-it-yourself (DIY) land improvement project, Leibrecht Manufacturing offers a tow-behind tiling unit. RealAgriculture.com caught up with Jordan Wallace, of GPS Ontario, and Mark Leibrecht, Leibrecht Manufacturing, at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show at Woodstock, Ont., to talk about the Leibrecht Tile Plow. In… Read More

Phil Needham’s main message for anyone aiming for maximum wheat yields is always to pay most attention to the actual seeding pass. The potential of any crop is established at seeding and emergence, and achieving maximum potential requires quality seed, high seeding rates and the all-important precise seed placement. Several types of drills will do… Read More

 

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