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Grain Cart Scales

Benefits of utilizing a Grain Cart Scale…

  • Measure Crop Yields

  • Calibrate your yield monitor precision agriculture technology

  • Compare individual fields, soil types, seed hybrids, fertilizer types, tillage equipment and methods

  • Know the exact weight of grain going into and coming out of on-farm storage

  • Measure share-cropping shares

  • Keep your road loads legal weight

  • Measure crop damage for insurance documentation

  • Document each and every load

  • Provide peace of mind, eliminating guesswork

  • Save time by weighing in the field vs. hauling to a platform scale

  • Make more informed decisions for managing land for best performance and profitability

Utilizing a scale on your grain cart…

  • A scale on your Grain Cart  provides the facts that determine your profit in farming today and direct your farming to a progressive future.  Farmers are measuring their yields directly off of the field, utilizing their grain carts to inventory their grain.  The use of a grain cart scale can be for basic purposes to calibrate a yield monitor on your combine, or for more advanced purposes automatically recording weights as they come off the field.  Scale-Tec has over 650 different grain cart kits available.  We have taken the guess work out of knowing what grain cart kit you specifically need.

  • Measure crop damage for insurance documentation

  • Document each and every load

  • Provide peace of mind, eliminating guesswork

  • Save time by weighing in the field vs. hauling to a platform scale

  • Make more informed decisions for managing land for best performance and profitability

Seeding Scales

With the cost of seed inputs the highest it has ever been, it is important to ensure you are planting the recommended population on your fields. Whether you are using a drill, CCS planter, bulk fill planter, or seed tender, it is important to get your planting equipment dialed in accurately and efficiently. Making numerous adjustments to your drill or planter is costly, and just as soon as you complete one variety or commodity you are on to the next, meaning more adjustments and more cost.

Another added benefit of having a scale on your seeding equipment is that you can inventory exactly how much seed is remaining in your hopper, allowing for more efficient operation of the planter. Get rid of your calibration bags and start using a scale today. It will pay for itself!