• 1986 - The seed of an idea

    The Beaujot brothers with Brian Kent and Brian Dean design and build a new air seeder to meet their zero-till ambitions. 

  • 1992 - First Seed Hawk opener designed

    In the spring of 1992, the Seed Hawk prototype was built on the family farm in Langbank which included independent depth control opener assemblies,  packer wheels that follow the ground independently of the frame, and separate seed and fertilizer knives for placement accuracy.

  • 1993

    In the winter of 1993, Seed Hawk hires more staff and produces and sells 15 seeders. By the fall of 1995, Seed Hawk has 30 customers and had expanded the original facility to include a weld and paint shop.

  • 2006 - Seed Hawk partners with Vaderstad

    Seed Hawk partners with Väderstad-Verken AB of Sweden, a large, family-owned company that manufactures and sells seeding and tillage equipment around the world. The partnership enabled Seed Hawk to expand their technology and export capability dramatically.

     

  • 2007 - World's largest seeding system

    Seed Hawk introduces the 84-foot toolbar and, when combined with the 800 bushel air tank, delivering the largest seeding system in the world. In 2007-2008, Seed Hawk launches its facility expansion with a $3 million investment and its staff numbers grow from 30 to 100.

  • 2013

    Väderstad acquires 100% ownership of Seed Hawk. Seed Hawk now has:

    • Over 75,000 square feet of manufacturing space
    • Over 8,000 square feet of office space
    • Over 190 employees
    • Over 2200 machines in the field
    • 16 dealers representing 60 locations in Canada and the United States

     

  • 2015 - 500 machines "Down under"

    Seed Hawk celebrates its 10 anniversary and its 500th sale in Australia.