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Clean Seed Partners with Canada West Harvest Centre

Clean Seed Capital Group Ltd. has announced it will partner with Canada West Harvest Centre to promote the SMART Seeder MAX. CAWHC is a five-store agricultural equipment dealer in Saskatchewan geographically covering key agricultural producing areas of the province we have targeted for the SMART Seeder MAX. CAWHC is owned by OEM agricultural brand Claas. The first CAWHC location opened in 2014 as part of Claas of America’s growth strategy to provide high level service and support to its customers. The SMART Seeder MAX will be the first precision seeding equipment carried by CAWHC since its launch in 2014. 

Mike Malmgren, general manager of Canada West Harvest Centre states, “We are very pleased with this opportunity to work with Clean Seed. As we explored this decision and got to know Colin and his Saskatoon based team, their commitment to being leaders in the seeding industry shone through immediately. Further, the SMART Seeder MAX is easily one of the most innovative seeding tools to emerge in our market as it will provide unmatched agronomic benefits to drive increased financial returns for agricultural producers.

Clean Seed Capital stated it looks forward to starting a Saskatchewan-based customer demonstration program with CAWHC in April 2022 which will lay the groundwork for the SMART Seeder MAX customer base in Saskatchewan along with the parallel growth of Claas' high horsepower Xerion tractor line. Concurrently, Clean Seed will be initiating its Alberta demonstration program and will shortly thereafter open its order program for the 2023 SMART Seeder MAX.

Source : Farm Equipment

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