• Watermaster Floating Pump

    Greg Tait of Dilke, SK, is featured with their Watermaster Floating Pump that can work on virtually any body of water. At the time of our visit they had held the patent for the pump for over 50 years and have been manufacturing it ever since. It can lift water as much much as 30 feet and pump it for as long as 3,000 feet. The pump can work in water as shallow as 3 inches.

    Location: Dilke, Saskatchewan, Canada

  • AirGuard Blockage Prevention System

    Brian Cruson and his brother Peter are partners in a company that developed a blockage prevention device for air seeder fertilizer tubes. The AirGuard system uses warm air heated by the tractors hydraulic system and injects it to move the fertilizer, thus helping to prevent blockages by keeping the tubes warm and dry which can prevent mud from blocking the tube at ground level.

    Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

  • Hayboss Livestock Bale Feeder

    Delton Jubinville of Sturgeon County Alberta. Delton in partnership with his brother Clayton demonstrate a unique hay feeder that can be used to feed small square bales along with large round and square bales. The unit is especially useful for those feeding horses or cattle if they are unable to feed them hay daily as large amounts can be stored for several days. In addition, the feeder greatly reduces waste as the bale(s) are up off the ground behind a net.

    Location: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

  • Combine Powered Snow Blower

    Kevin Ford a long time employee of the town of Kelvington, Saskatchewan, Canada turned a 915 International combine into a snow blower for the town. He narrowed the frame so it would follow behind the 110 inch wide Schulte snowblower.

    Location: Kelvington, Saskatchewan, Canada