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SeedMaster used its display at Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina to announce it’s new SuperSeed buy-back guarantee program.

SeedMaster offers buy-back guarantee

SeedMaster management is now so confident their drills can do a better job in the field than any competitor’s offering, they introduced the launch of the brand’s SuperSeed buy-back program during Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina in June. Here’s the scoop. If after three years of use, a SeedMaster drill hasn’t outperformed any other new […] Read more

Owen Kinch, field research manager, explains the features of the SeedMaster metering system to farmers attending a demonstration day at the company’s research farm in June.

In the field with SeedMaster’s new corn meter

Grainews was at SeedMaster’s research farm to look at the company’s new air drill corn seeding capability

The expansion of corn production into non-traditional growing regions has been one of the hottest topics of conversation in prairie agriculture for some time now. But for many producers, the cost of purchasing additional equipment to grow that crop has been one of the reasons they haven’t yet tried it. Air drill manufacturer SeedMaster believes […] Read more


SeedMaster debuted the first tow-between version of its Nova XP Smart Cart Series at Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina in June.

SeedMaster introduces tow-between grain cart

At Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina, Seed-Master pulled the wraps off the first tow-between model in its Nova XP Smart Cart Series. The brand claims the new model comes with all the same “smart” technology available in the Nova tow-behind models. With two 260-bushel main compartments and a third 110-bushel tank, the cart has […] Read more

SeedMaster's Nova air carts now include Auto Calibration as a standard feature.

SeedMaster introduces Auto Calibration

Drill controller analyzes your actual seeding rates and corrects as 
them as necessary for more seed accurate delivery

How many times have you found yourself close to the end of seeding operations and wasting time trying to scrounge a few extra bushels of seed or running for more fertilizer, even though you initially purchased enough for your intended acreage? Often the reason for that is your drill is putting down a little more […] Read more