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Agriculture & Farm Scales

Proficiency drives profitability with our wide range of agriculture weighing scales

In the dynamic world of agriculture, the success of farms heavily depends on adapting to local conditions. The integration of Agriculture Scales into your operations is a game changer, eliminating one of the unpredictable elements of your business. Whether you focus is on cattle, crops, poultry, or any other agricultural venture, the precision offered by onboard weighing is a critical tool in enhancing profitability and driving the success of your farm.

 

The Loadrite scale provides the farmer increased visibility over their farm, to increase efficiency and help bank more profit.

To purchase your Loadrite products, or for more information please contact Loadrite Western Canada by phone at: 780-998-3339 or visit us in person!

 

Location:

166 Sturgeon Drive, Sturgeon Industrial Park
AB, T8L 5C1, Canada 

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Equipment matters

Solutions

Maximize every step of your farming process.

Installing a Loadrite scale allows farmers the ability and awareness to weigh and measure all feed, stock items, and any other items which are shifted via their loader or tractor. This prevents over/under feeding, allows the most effective use of products, and accurate product inventories. The Loadrite scale provides the farmer increased visibility over their farm, to increase efficiency and help bank more profit.

Suggested Products

Loadrite Sprint

Loadrite Sprint

The Loadrite Sprint is a smart business investment that provides basic weighing for compact machines, tractors and forklifts.

S1100

S1100 Machine Scale

The S1100 is onboard scale provides an accurate in-cab payload measurement for compact machines.

L2180

L2180 Loader Scale

The Loadrite L2180 is more than just an onboard scale. It provides an easy way to capture information on your loading process right where it takes place - on the loader.

Farm tractor

Agriculture News

The positive impact of adding technology to your processes.

Today's agriculture routinely uses sophisticated technologies such as robots, temperature and moisture sensors, aerial images, and GPS technology. These advanced devices and precision agriculture and robotic systems allow businesses to be more profitable, efficient, safer, and more environmentally friendly.

  • Higher crop productivity

  • Decreased  use of water, fertilizer, and pesticides, which in turn keeps food prices down

  • Reduced impact on natural ecosystems

  • Less runoff of chemicals into rivers and groundwater

  • Increased worker safety

 

Learn even more at the USDA

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