A world leader in grading, testing and handling equipment for the grain, seed and feed industries, Seedburo, Chicago, Illinois, U.S., prides itself on providing quality, state-of-the-art equipment.
Founded in 1912, Seedburo quickly became the largest distributor of agriculture-related equipment in the United States. Seedburo first began exporting equipment worldwide in 1940 through an extensive network of international sales personnel. In 1983, Seedburo was presented with the prestigious "President's E Award" for excellence in exporting.
Seedburo's Gamet Manufacturing Division produces and distributes worldwide an extensive line of mechanical samplers as well as the Seedburo Model GMA 128 fully automatic moisture analyzer. The GMA 128 was designed around the NIST/NTEP specifications and has received the NTEP Certificate of Conformance. In addition, Gamet manufactures Seedburo grain sampling probes and triers, grain sample dividers, pellet durability testers, the Apollo line of automatic truck and railcar probe samplers and many other Seedburo products.
Other acquisitions and arrangements have allowed Seedburo to exclusively distribute many lines of equipment to the agricultural industries, including the Chopin line of flour milling and testing equipment; Count-A-Pak seed counters; Burrows moisture testers; Seedburo computer grain scales; Ohaus grain grading scales; S/J grading inspection viewers and inspection stations; and Seedburo germinators.
Seedburo's extensive line of equipment can be found in its free catalog. The company's 2000 catalog will be available in June and will be accessible through its website, www.seedburo.com, later this year.