Saskatchewan-based seeding equipment manufacturer SeedMaster has announced plans for a $10 million expansion to its manufacturing facilities at Emerald Park, just east of Regina. The company says it has acquired land adjacent to its existing company headquarters, and plans to add six thousand square feet of production space to an existing six thousand square foot… Read More

Thanks for tuning in to this special Thursday edition of RealAg Radio, brought to you by SeedMaster Manufacturing. Host Shaun Haney is joined by: Don Henry, CEO of SeedMaster Manufacturing, on how SeedMaster has grown; Scott McAllister, of Antler Valley Farms, on using SeedMaster equipment and technology on the farm; and An agronomic panel discussion… Read More

SeedMaster Manufacturing has announced Don Henry as their new chief executive officer, effective immediately. Henry brings with him 27 years of experience in the industry, having worked with with well-known agricultural companies including South Country Equipment, Morris Industries, Brandt Agricultural Products, and Flexi-Coil. Henry says he is thrilled to be a part of the next… Read More

It’s rare that a new product doesn’t see at least some tweaks within the first few years of it being used in real-world conditions. Following on the heels of last year’s successful launch of the Morris Razr drill, Real Agriculture’s Debra Murphy caught up at Canada’s Farm Progress Show with Don Henry, of Morris Industries,… Read More

The RealAgriculture Roundtable reconvened last week during Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina, Saskatchewan. This time around, Shaun and Lyndsey were joined by Morris Industries Chief Operating Officer Don Henry. We’ve talked with Don before on RealAgriculture.com and he is extremely knowledgable when it comes to farm equipment and cropping in general. With that in… Read More

When you’re looking at controlling costs on the farm, the issue of overlapping with seed and fertilizer can be a big one. Especially in crops like canola, over seeding and over application of fertilizer can have a very negative impact on growth and development and end up being very costly for the farmer. Controlling that… Read More

Trash can be a major pain for farmers using independent openers come seeding time, especially if residue isn’t managed properly off the combine at harvest. Straw and other material can accumulate around the drill shank pretty quickly affecting seed depth and placement. If you’re running any drill with independent openers, navigating through trashy stubble can… Read More

 

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