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    Air Seeder Seed Brake

    The AirGuard Seed Brake developed by Brian Cruson allows farmers to control the air flow without changing the direction of flow of their seed and fertilizer on air seeders. The device which goes onto each airline on a seeder is designed to stop seed and fertilizer from bouncing which helps ensure even emergence and helps prevent seed burn from fertilizer. The unit is designed so that seed doesn’t hit anything and get damaged when passing through it. The Air Guard units can be attached to most air seeders on the market today.

    Location: Pilot Butte, Saskatchewan, Canada

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    Adjustable Grain Auger Hopper

    Inventor/farmer Gary Schreiner and his son Kyle came up with an auger hopper they call the Auger Hog. Unlike many hoppers the Auger Hog is adjustable and fits under almost any grain trailer or hopper bottom grain bin. They used 14 gauge steel for most of the unit and the heaviest weight canvas you can find around the sides for maximum durability. It measures 34 by 40 inches and fits most grain augers.

    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

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    Front End Loader Converted To Log Splitter

    Ken Yettaw converted the front end loader on his old tractor into a movable self-powered log splitter. He relies on wood for his home heating needs which makes this innovation very convenient for splitting wood when needed.

    Location: Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada

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    45-Ton Log Splitter

    If you use fire wood, the log splitter built by Jerry Inkster makes splitting logs for fire wood extremely easy. Inkster built his hydraulically powered splitter to handle big logs and do the job in one pass. The blade is made out of grader blade. He has found the shear blade shatters the end of the wood so well that it dries green wood twice a fast allowing him to burn it within 2 or 3 weeks of splitting it. He cuts up about 20 cords of wood each year to heat his house and shop plus sell some locally.

    Location: Dauphin, Manitoba, Canada