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New options for handling seed efficiently

What’s New From the Shows: This equipment helps you work with seed quickly and safely.

Handling soybean seed in bulk continues to grow in popularity. Maybe you’ve been doing it for a while and your current bulk seed tender equipment is ready for an upgrade. Or maybe you’re just now ready to go to bulk seed handling. Either way, there are several new options for bulk seed tenders on the market.

Check them out, along with existing models already available. Follow up on the new models pictured here by using the contact information to find more details and get all your questions answered. New models introduced at fall farm shows range from economy options to those with more bells and whistles. Look for models that both fit your price range and meet your needs to deliver seed to your planter or drill as quickly and efficiently as possible during planting season.  

Two- and four-tote seed tenders are also still popular. There’s a four-tote seed tender in this lineup of new seed products for you to check out as well.

Two new items included here will catch your interest if you treat a large quantity of seed yourself. KSi introduced new equipment for handling and treating seed recently. The company specializes in gentle, efficient handling of seed.

You’ll also find a product that can simplify moving and storing seed totes once the season is over. The advantage of this particular offering is that it doesn’t tie up a forklift for the day while you are moving and storing totes. Check out the contact information to get more details on how this seed box tote accomplishes its task and makes dealing with seed totes less of a chore after the season.  

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