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Seed Hawk and its parent company Väderstad look to grow interest in using a planter for canola seeding by developing a one-pass planter-air cart combination.

Seed Hawk blends technologies into new planting unit

The brand is developing a one-pass canola-planting rig

At the Ag in Motion farm show near Langham, Saskatchewan, Seed Hawk had a concept canola planter unit on display. And this one is a little different than most of the other planters on the market. It blends the big fertilizer capacity of an air cart with the precision seed placement offered by a planter […] Read more

Seed Hawk to take parent firm’s name

For Saskatchewan seeding, planting and tillage equipment maker Seed Hawk, the company name is changing but the brand remains the same. Seed Hawk, which has been 100 per cent owned by Swedish equipment manufacturer Vaderstad since 2013, has been renamed Vaderstad Industries effective Tuesday. The two companies said the name change “reflects the fuller integration […] Read more

Seed Hawk’s new metering system, the Fenix III, replaces the previous design that was introduced in 2014.

Seed Hawk replaces its metering system

The new Fenix III meter addresses performance issues in the previous design

Back in 2014 Saskatchewan-based Seed Hawk used the Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina to introduce an entirely new seed metering system for its air carts. Control of the then-new modular, meters beneath the cart tanks moved to a wireless system called iCon, away from the Raven controller the company had been using. That metering […] Read more

Seed Hawk’s flagship product tank, the 980, is the largest of the modular carts that will use the brand’s new electrically-driven meter and wireless iCon control system for the 2016 model year.

Seed Hawk debuts new features for the 2016 model year

New grain tanks, an 84-foot tool bar and a completely 
new metering system will 
soon see production

Evolve your farm,” reads Seed Hawk’s new corporate slogan, which could be seen nearly everywhere around the company’s display during this year’s Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina. And as Pat Beaujot, the firm’s founder and director of strategic markets, pointed out during a presentation to dealers, customers and members of the media at the […] Read more