The BreakMix point combines the advantages of breaking compactions with a very intensive mixing. BreakMix adds versatility, lowers input cost and more importantly improves the agronomical working results.
Väderstad farm machinery is built to create the optimum environment allowing for perfect emergence in your field. Whether it’s cultivation, seedbed preparation or seed placement, our vision is to ensure perfect emergence to maximise yields.
Together we will make you an even more successful farmer.
Saskatchewan's economic fortunes might be slowly turning the corner, but employers in the province are increasingly taking steps to improve their workplace practices and human resource policies. Väderstad was recognized as one of Saskatchewan's Top Employers for 2020 today, announced by Mediacorp Canada Inc., organizers of the annual Canada's Top 100 Employers project.
Swedish agricultural machinery manufacturer Väderstad finished the decade on a high, recording a turnover during the 2019 financial year of $460 Million CAD (SEK 3.35 billion) and an operating profit of $23 Million CAD (SEK 172 million). That represents an increase in turnover of 11 percent and an increase in earnings of almost 24 percent on the previous year.
At Agritechnica 2019, Väderstad, the Swedish specialist in soil cultivation and seeding technology, handed over the Tempo V 12 high-speed precision planter to Stefan Kürbs from the agricultural services Kürbs in Apolda near Weimar. One of the Väderstad owners and "father" of many innovative developments, Crister Stark, was also present at the handover.
The Tempo has been built in Väderstad, Sweden, since 2012. Since April 2017, the Tempo has held the world record with speeds over 20 km/h (502.05 ha in 24 hours) at maize sowing.