Graham Equipment earned our second AE50 award recognition in 2015. Our Graham Pro Electric Drive was recognized as one of the best 50 new innovations for Agriculture that will impact the Agriculture and Food industries the most in 2016.
Graham Electric Planter featured in article about Electric Planter technology adoption on planters by Precision Ag Industry.
January 28, 2014
Now’s the time, during the cold winter weather, to start making plans for spring planting. One consideration you’ll be facing is whether to upgrade your planter with the most cuttingedge seed meter available, or to keep your current hydraulic or ground driven meter.
March 27, 2013
An entrepreneur with a background in engine electronics for Top Fuel dragsters has returned to his farming roots. Toby Graham developed an electric-drive system that converts ground-driven planters into by-the-row variable-rate seeders with built-in row shut-off capability.
If you’re thinking about converting your ground-driven planter to hydraulic drive, or are in the market for a new planter, you’ll be interested in this new electric planter drive kit.
November 1, 2013
Once they commit to the practice, no-tillers often nd that managing planting populations on the go can cut seed costs and maximize yield. The global push to increase crop production and keep pace with population projections underlines the importance for no-tillers to make every seed count.
April 25, 2014
Corn growers who want individual row control without the expense of a new planter can make it
happen with an aftermarket electric motor drive. The Graham Electric Planter Drive (EPD) is available as a retrofit for all brands and model years of planters sold in North America, including finger type and vacuum type.
Graham Electric Planter was selected as one of the 50 best agriculture and food innovations of 2012.