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New Inventions

Be sure to check out exhibitors that will be showcasing their New Inventions at the 2019 show. They can be found by their signage identifying them as well as the listing in the show guide. All qualifying entries are judged and the two exhibitors will be awarded First and Second Prize.

Bio-Sul Premium Plus

Booth 1828

Bio-Sul Premium Plus – The product is elemental sulphur that is blended with finished compost. Typically elemental sulphur is manufactured into pastilles with bentonite clay which is spread onto the soil surface in the fall for the following spring i.e. Tiger 90 or Keg River. In our process, the compost serves to break down the elemental sulphur which in it’s raw form comes out of the sour gas in the oilfield in almost a mineral like state.  The compost breaks down the hard material, reduces the dusting and risk of fire typically associated with elemental sulphur.  We also believe that the microbial activity is having some net benefit to the whole process of turning elemental sulphur into sulphate in the soil, a form of nutrient which is available to the plant! From a farmers point of view, we can take this unique product which is very cost efficient, spread it in large amounts on the soil in the spring or fall for that year’s crop, and get our source of sulphur from that for many years.  We project the product can meet the sulphur needs of all of producers crops for the next 4 to 6 years at the rates we are using.  Conversion of elemental sulphur to sulphate is a function of moisture, temperature, oxygen and particle size.  What this means is that the better the growing conditions, the more conversion you will get.  Also the variable particle size inherent in our product means that the finer particles in the application will convert almost immediately, and the larger and larger particles will convert more slowly over time.  Therefore we can afford to put a large amount of S in the “bank” and let it become available when it is most needed.  It does not leach or become mobile in the soil until it converts. Getting ammonium sulphate out of the seeders for producers is a big win, since it’s a bulky, troublesome fertilizer to handle.  This greatly improves a farmers logistics on their farm.

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Triple Pass Welding

Booth 1820

Triple Pass Welding The Manitoba gate is the newest addition to my companies’ product line. Basically it is a pitless Texas gate. The inner frame is spring loaded which [...]

Silvertec Mfg. Inc.

Booth 1817

Silvertec Mfg. Inc. Silvertec Crop Protectors are lightweight, durable dividers that gently split crop in front of equipment tires, to protect it from being trampled. [...]

Northern Strands

Booth 1819

Northern Strands @N_Strands The Northern Strands patent pending Bin Safe System allows for safe bin climbing. Our fall protection system consists of an engineered [...]

Maple Grove Plastics

Booth 1823

Maple Grove Plastics The majority of farmers own a pickup truck, and many purchase a cover or top, supposedly to keep the box clean, and to be able to haul whatever [...]

Kirk Enterprises Ltd.

Booth 1824

Kirk Enterprises Ltd. The Pumpsetter Systems– An economical and user friendly slough pump deployment The components: A small trailer with a pump lifting winch and a [...]

Huber Ag Equipment

Booth 1705

Huber Ag Equipment – Booth 1705 Barn 3 @huberagequip Mixmate Fusion by Praxidyn measures by flow for automated mixing of bulk products and includes a specially designed [...]

Easy Bosse

Booth 1816

Easy Bosse The product is a hand held instrument made of medical grade stainless steel tubing. It has a bicycle grip handle attached to a contoured length of 1/2″ [...]

Duck Foot Inc.

Booth 1825

Duck Foot Inc. @duckfootsk The Duck Foot is an aftermarket upgrade tine made to fit MacDon headers.  It’s more aggressive design helps grain clear the cutter bar, [...]

Amazone / Mid-Plains Implements Ltd.

Booth 1829 - 1830

Amazone / Mid-Plains Implements Ltd. In the environment of increasingly complex machine technologies Amazone with the SmartService 4.0 uses the possibilities of the [...]

Dave’s Welding Shop

Booth 1826 and 1827

Dave’s Welding Shop A simple towable machine that pulls a large steel “Bullet” to depths as deep as 5′ to create underground drainage tunnels [...]

Soaring Eagle Grain Equipment Inc.

Booth 1821 and 1822

Soaring Eagle Grain Equipment Inc. @tim_penner @Soarindriveover The ultimate swinging drive over is an attachment for 13-16 inch augers and conveyors.  It also [...]


Booth 1818

ScherGain @schergain Our product has been developed as a safe, easy, and fast way to measure combine losses. With todays’ large horsepower combines many growers are [...]


Booth 1831 and 1838

Bushel Plus @BushelPlus BushelPlus is a remote-controlled drop pan system that attaches to any combine without wiring within seconds. The operator has the choice of two [...]


Booth 1823

Gem-L Inc. The Wilson Pacesetter equipped with the AgriLite conveyor system provides farmers and coops with a year round, time and money saving piece of [...]