Tag: Horsch

Horsch Sees Growing Interest in Planting Canola

Growing farmer interest in planting canola with a planter rather than seeding it with a traditional air drill was evident at Ag Days 2017 in Brandon. The expansion of soybean and corn acres in Western Canada and the Northern Plains is a primary driver, making it easier for canola growers to justify purchasing a planter,… Read more »

Techtour: Horsch Unveils ‘Millennium Falcon’ of Sprayer Sensors

Most modern boom sensors look to the terrain immediately ahead to adjust for changes in terrain. Besides mitigating the risk of drift, these systems also offer one less thing for the sprayer operator to have to worry about. Horsch’s new BoomSight offers a slightly different, higher perspective. BoomSight was unveiled by Horsch at Agritechnica in Germany… Read more »

Horsch Brings Back Airseeder Tender Concept

Horsch is bringing back a concept it first tried in the North American market more than 10 years ago. This time the company is not alone in offering a tender unit designed to fill multiple airseeder tanks simultaneously. “We’ve been working with the tendering concept for a little over 10 years, as far as tendering airseeders… Read more »

North America Welcomes the Horsch Maestro Planter

Horsch has been selling the Maestro planter for over two years in Europe, and now, with a few minor adjustments, Horsch has catered the outfit to its North American cliental. The unit, ISOBUS-compatible, holds up to 1,000 gallons of liquid fertilizer and is available with 12 or 24 rows on 30 inch spacing. Besides being equipped… Read more »

HORSCH InnoFalcon Transforms Agriculture Advertisements – Super Cool Video

Some advertisements can be poor, good, great, funny, sell tonnes of product and some are just plain cool. I picked up this video tonight in the Western Producer’s twitter feed talking about transformers and farming. Being the nerd I am, I checked it out. WOW!!!! What a great  commercial/video showcasing the HORSCH InnoFalcon seeder. Enjoy… Read more »