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See the Tempo High Speed Planter at Canada's Outdoor Farm Show.

Speed evolves. You win.  

See the Tempo® High Speed Planter at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show.

Until now, planting was a choice of speed or precision. At Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, you’ll see how the Tempo High Speed Planter changes that forever. Tempo delivers amazing accuracy in all field conditions – at speeds of up to 10.5 mph.

As an added Farm Show bonus, you can enter to win an Ontario weekend getaway or a Moto 360 smart watch. Enter at both our corn plot and planting demo, for more chances to win.

Join us in the field. 

The Tempo will cut down your field time and deliver exceptional seed placement.

At the Outdoor Farm show, there are two places to see Tempo in action. 

Visit our corn plot. Planted May 12th at speeds of 6 - 10.5 mph, Tempo maintained precise depth control and consistent seed placement. The results are remarkable.

        

The Tempo Planter doing what it does best: fast, precise seed placement.

Join us for a planting demo. Daily in the Southwest demo fields you’ll see how our new seed meter all but eliminates the skips and doubles common to less innovative systems.

Visit our East-Can booth.

You can also see a Tempo 8-row planter at our booth in the middle Machinery Mall, between the first and second lanes.  Talk to the Tempo experts, including Gustav Nilsson, Canada Area Sales Manager for Väderstad International. And they’ll field all your questions about the Tempo on display.  

Speed has evolved. 

And finally, a visit to the East-Can booth is a great opportunity to see our innovative iPad-based control system in action. E-Control is a wireless, user-friendly remote set up and calibration system that also provides real-time monitoring during seeding. It’s unique to planting and our East-Can booth is where you’ll find it. 

We hope you’ll join us at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show and enter to win the Moto 360 smart watch or Ontario weekend getaway. And if you can’t wait until then, look for information about E-Control and fast, precise planting now, at http://www.TempoPlanter.com

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