As equipment advances have allowed us to apply miniscule amounts of a crop protectant to the seed with great precision, it’s important that we recognize “redder is not better.” And that’s a message we should be sharing with our customers. As the industry changed how it sells seed (by the seed vs. by the […]
If I were to skim the ag news headlines from the past two years, much of the text would center on mergers, acquisitions and competition. There’s no question that the industry is maturing; big companies are getting bigger. Yet, in this fiercely competitive space, independent companies are thriving. While we might not have the capital […]
In the past several years, companies, operators and employees have become less tolerant of dust for a number of reasons, including operator health, equipment longevity, treatment costs and environmental stewardship. We didn’t just listen and sit back. We took action and as a result have designed a dust extraction system and a seed filtration system […]
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KSi is honored to have been chosen as one of four finalists for the 2017 Kansas Governor’s Exporter of the Year Award. Pictured above are Paul Simpson, HR Manager, Paul Kaeb, CEO and Jason Kaeb, Director of Business Development.
After weeks of running non-stop and filling customer orders, you’re finally done … or so you think. I challenge you to not just shut the seed treater down and ignore it for eight months, even though that’s exactly what you feel like doing. A little more work at the end of the season can go […]
At KSi, reliable and durable equipment begins by having the same people who design and engineer the equipment be intimately involved in providing service and support. Who knows how to fix or service the equipment better than those who designed and built it? By keeping our engineers close to our customers, they better understand customer […]
“If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right,” someone once said, and calibrating your seed treatment equipment is no different. Calibrate your seed treatment equipment, or you’ll end up paying for it — one way or another. This could be in the form of liquid shortages or surpluses to treat your seed supply, or even […]
In our business, we often receive calls in the winter from a customer wanting to begin the process of putting in a bulk seed and treatment system in time for the upcoming spring treating season. The problem is that this gives the customer and the supplier a very short window to get all of the […]