Trends in Storage and Handling You Should Know About

Farms are getting larger. Along the production chain, stakeholders are looking for ways to increase convenience and reduce labor. Large-scale operations in...

Now, You Can Relax

It’s not unusual to hear about a canola bin heating up over the winter from not being checked, and in some extreme...

What Would You Do With An Extra 10 Days At Harvest?

What we wouldn’t give for extra hours at harvest. If you could be out there, in the field, seven to 10 days...

Down Time is Wasted Time

In one of our ad messages we used the phrase “Down time is the worst time.” Nothing gets done when equipment unexpectedly fails or...

Four Steps to Sprucing up Your Brand

In my previous column, I wrote about how to identify what’s preventing your brand from connecting with customers. You’re forgetting who your customers are. ...

3 Ways to be Worthy of Attention

As I explained in a recent column, tackling four problem areas will help you determine where your brand is lacking and get you on the...

Time, Convenience, Efficiency Key to Success

Precision agriculture has taken hold and farmers, with the help of seed companies, and seed growers are deploying strategies to make the most of...

Are You Allowing Your Brand to Evolve?

Do you think of your brand as a living thing? You need to. Because of the fact your brand is ultimately a psychological construct in...

Seed Growers Shift Away from Augers, Toward Conveyors

There’s a growing trend among seed growers as more and more shift away from augers and move toward conveyors. We’re seeing this all across...

Haul Safe, Be Safe

It seems like we are always talking about efficiency and evaluating your return on investment. Yet, for years, those in agriculture have also made...

Is Your Brand Functional?

In my last column, I wrote about the need to ensure your brand is connecting with people on an emotional level. If you make...

Success Secrets for an Efficient and Long-Lasting Seed Site

After the design and engineering phase has been completed, as far as the finished goods are concerned, the manufacturing process is an important stage...

The Design and Engineering Stage: A Blueprint for Success

You’ve worked your way through the conceptualization stage on your journey to a new or updated seed site. The next step to turn your...

7 Reasons Focusing on Storage Makes You a Good Leader

As I mentioned last time, storage is one aspect of agricultural production that has never fundamentally changed, and has always been key to financially...

Focusing on Storage Can Establish You as a Leader

We live in a technological world that seems to be changing faster than we can keep up with. Despite humanity’s tendency to become nostalgic...

Enjoying the Fruits of Your Labor

In the previous columns, I’ve outlined three of the four stages—the conceptualization, design and engineering, and manufacturing phases—to updating or building a new seed...

What are Integrated Seed-to-Harvest Solutions?

Integrated seed-to-harvest solutions. It’s a mouthful, but the concept is simple, and makes all the difference between success and failure in the world of...

Time Brainstorming Your Idea is Time Well Spent

Whether you’ve decided it’s time to update your seed storage and handling equipment, or build a brand-new seed site for your business, knowing where...

My Trade Show Survival Guide

As a grower, you’re probably making plans to attend at least one trade/ag show in 2018. There’s a lot of them going on right...

What Makes a Strong Commercial Team

A lot of different factors are taken into consideration when it comes to selecting a storage, conveying and handling equipment solutions provider, not the...