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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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    Amazing Stone Carving

    Stephen Yettaw who lives on a family farm loves to create art work with stones and rocks. He has a very vivid imagination and loves to create unusual sculptures like the anatomy of Dragon. His sculptures cover a wide variety of themes. Since he’s on a farm, animals like horses are often featured. He also likes to create stone sculptures portraying Greek Mythology. He works with everything from granite to limestone to marble. As well as using power tools he also uses the traditional hammer and chisel.

    Location: St. Paul, Alberta, Canada

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    Custom Glass Bead Jewelry

    Jolene Dusyk runs a business called JoJo Beads. The most popular glass beads are used for making earrings. Jolene says it It takes a steady hand and good eye to create a matched pair of earrings. She also makes bracelets, necklaces and boot jewelry. She has also ventured into sculptural art.

    Location: Montmartre, Saskatchewan, Canada

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    Handmade Horse Harnesses

    Brad Funk runs a harness making business called The Livery Stable. He has a herd of Percheron Heavy Horses. One of his horse drawn vehicles is a Chore Sled. It is equipped with a winch for working with round bales. Since he works daily with horses, he understands what it takes to make a harness product from a practical standpoint. All of his harness making equipment is manually operated. In fact, he runs a leather creasing machine that was originally patented in 1867. He has tried electric machines and tools, but prefers manual equipment because it is more precise. He makes harness materials for sale and also repairs all types of harnesses.

    Location: Langham, Saskatchewan, Canada