Apr 30, 2013 16:26 BST On April 25th in a 24 challenge a Tempo F8 planted 212 hectares of maize at an average speed of 18km per hour. A 42% increase in capacity per row unit compared to the official world record carried out with a 24 row planter.
Mar 25, 2013 13:30 GMT The Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt visited Väderstad on 20 March, in what was the first visit by a Prime Minister in the 51-year history of the family-owned company. He took part in a discussion on the opportunities and challenges facing a Swedish export company.
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Nov 07, 2012 15:14 GMT Väderstad is once again pushing the limits and sets a new standard by introducing a two-year guarantee period for all products as part of the company’s quality assurance work.
Aug 09, 2012 14:09 BST Väderstad Seed Hawk presented the world’s largest seed drill recently at the Farm Progress Show in Canada. The cart for seed and fertiliser can hold an astounding 46 cubic metres, weighs over 15 tonnes empty and is over 15 metres long. The weight of the hopper is distributed over four tracks in order to minimise soil compaction.
Mar 19, 2012 16:54 GMT Väderstad is investing for the future with a new building for spare parts, wearing parts and accessories. The new parts warehouse will provide faster service and meet customer demands in a more efficient way. The new building will also provide space for a permanent exhibition of the Väderstad Parts range and a shop where visitors can buy Väderstad merchandise.
Mar 16, 2012 16:27 GMT Cut the cost of autumn crop establishment not the quality with this special 0% finance offer on all new Väderstad Rapid RD 300S/C seed drills in UK. 0% from Väderstad Finance. 50 monthly payments (1+49) or 5 annual payments (1+4)
Mar 05, 2012 15:14 GMT Väderstads success in United Kingdom has led to dealers focusing solely on Väderstad equipment. Two farm machinery directors tell their story on being a Väderstad specialist dealer.
Feb 13, 2012 14:39 GMT On Tuesday the Stark family, owners of Väderstad-Verken, received the Lovang Prize for outstanding contributions to agriculture. This is the third year of the prize, which is awarded annually to two actors by Lovang Lantbrukskonsult. This year’s other prize-winner, Katarina Gillblad, was rewarded for her contribution to Swedish agriculture through Agronomics.