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Seed Hawk updates its website

The company has significantly expanded its online presence, 
providing a range of information for buyers and owners

It’s nothing new for a company to provide information about its products online, but Seed Hawk has decided to expand on that concept. Potential buyers can still find relatively detailed specifications for the company’s drills, air carts, openers and vertical tillage tools. And, of course, along with that there are the usual testimonials from owners discussing their seeding equipment; however, you now get the choice of reading them, listing to them on audio files or watching videos.

But what’s really new and a little different about this updated website is the firm has included an agronomy section to discuss various aspects of zero tillage. The site now takes a look at topics ranging from the importance of seedling vigour to weed control in zero-till fields. There is even a section devoted to discussing “myths” about zero tillage.

If you already have a Seed Hawk product, you can now download an owner’s manual or parts book to help with servicing your machine. And if you want to look at improving an older drill, there is also a list of what upgrade kits are currently available.

“We want to provide a better online experience for our dealers and customers,” says Pat Beaujot, President of Seed Hawk. “As growers now turn to the website for detailed product and agronomic information, Seed Hawk is committed to making access to information easier than ever before.”

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Scott Garvey

Scott Garvey is a freelance writer and video producer. He is also the former machinery editor at Grainews.



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