SeedMaster’s new 24-foot toolbar with 12-inch spacing is a nice small drill that would make a great fit for a livestock producer who wants precise seed placement, the company says. Duane Kent, territory manager at SeedMaster, says the unit has all the bells and whistles as the larger unit including the tried and true dual-knife… Read More

SeedMaster has added Alberta AG Centre to their Canadian distribution channel, expanding the company’s reach across the Prairies. The new agreement will give farmers access to Alberta AG Centre equipment from border to border. Tim Criddle, global sales director at SeedMaster, says they are very excited to be working with Alberta AG Centre to promote… Read More

Making its eastern Canada debut, Dot — along with SeedMaster — will unveil a new prototype for a planter at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, at Woodstock, Ont., September 10 to 12. “When Dot first launched, we had many farmers asking when they would see an autonomous planter added to our lineup,” says Norbert Beaujot, founder… Read More

After working on the concept for several years, Saskatchewan-based seeding equipment manufacturer SeedMaster has built its first prototype drill with a single rank design. While other air seeder frames have multiple rows or ranks of openers for seeding to create space for crop residue flow and the opener units themselves, the Ultra SR has everything… Read More

SeedMaster is bringing some of its seeding technology to the application of granular herbicides and fertilizer. The Emerald Park, Saskatchewan-based company debuted its 70′ Nova Flex granular applicator bar at Canada’s Farm Progress Show ’16 in Regina. As research manager Owen Kinch explains in this video, the unit connects to SeedMaster’s Nova cart, either tow behind or… Read More

I’ve mentioned before that one of the great things about trade shows is the fact that most of the equipment is the latest and greatest. It’s cool to see all of the newest innovations and improvements companies have made to their machinery and how those improvements will benefit producers. This year at Crop Production Week… Read More