Scott Garvey caught up with Horsch Anderson at Canada’s Farm Progress Show to get a look at what they’re offering farmers this year. Horsch was one of two companies showing a seed cart tender in Regina in June. The seed tender works with Horsch’s new 750 bu seed cart.
The company also had their Pronto seed drill on the grounds. The seed drill prepares the seed bed, consolidates it, and seeds all in one pass.