Zepick Farms has optimized its planter and fertilizer tank

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— Ron, owner of Zepick Farms

My name is Ron, and I'm the proud owner of Zepick Farms, nestled in the heart of Kipling, Saskatchewan, Canada. Our farm spans across 8000 acres, where we cultivate a variety of crops including wheat, canola, and oats. At Zepick Farms, we are always on the lookout for innovative technologies to enhance our agricultural practices.

One such advancement that has revolutionized our operations is the adoption of track systems for our equipments. Living in an area prone to wet and muddy conditions during spring seeding, we found that traditional tires often struggled to navigate the soft soils, leading to frustrating delays and inefficiencies.

After investing in track systems for our planter and fertilizer tank, we noticed immediate and significant improvements. Gone are the days of getting stuck in the mud during crucial seeding periods. The tracks' superior traction and increased surface area minimize the risk of getting stuck, allowing us to work in the most challenging conditions.

Moreover, the use of the S-TECH 012P and the ST-032 (old version of the S-TECH 990) has resulted in less rutting across our fields, preserving soil structure and facilitating smoother operations for our equipment. Additionally, we observed that crops emerge quicker behind tracks compared to tires, contributing to higher yields and overall productivity.

Looking ahead, we are committed to continuing our partnership with Soucy track systems. In fact, we are planning to outfit our large liquid fertilizer cart with their tracks, confident in their ability to further optimize our farming operations.

In conclusion, the decision to integrate track systems into our equipment lineup has been instrumental in enhancing our farm's efficiency, productivity, and resilience against adverse weather conditions. We wholeheartedly recommend Soucy track systems to fellow farmers seeking reliable solutions for their agricultural needs.

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