• This machine has great contour following ability; I have used it in loamy soils, to heavy clay soils and also volcanic rocky soil. The calibration is easy and accurate and the maintenance and durability are excellent.

  • Such dedication to product and farm practice improvements has paid off following excellent reports from customers including John Mayberry from Weethalle who has been direct drilling with his Serafin Ultisow 50ft seeder for two years and has realised the improvement in his soils since changing to no-till. Mr Mayberry said "after 5mm of heavy rain last week i found that where i had kept the stubble and disc seeder, the rain went down 60mm into the soil compared to my fallowed paddock where the rain only penetrated 25mm and the rest ran off." Mr Maybery said "this will make a huge difference to my yield. These are the benefits I am seeing from changing to no-till."

  • Lachlan Snow from Holbrook has had his Semeato for 2 years now and done over 5000 acres. Lachlan has been contracting in that region and done many different seed crops with perfect results. He now has to consider a wider machine to keep up with demand!

  • Tullibigeal farmer Luke Tyack taking delivery of his new Versatile VE400. Luke says he needed a tractor with proven reliability, and the fact that Versatile has a history of success in Australia made his Decision in choosing the Versatile very easy.

  • I chose this machine for its end tow feature and for its ability to follow the ground contours. It produces even seed placement and germination and is of very solid construction. The heavy weight means it can get into hard surfaced soils, and due to this machine, the sowing part of my contracting business has increased immensely. With our previous machine we were using 3 ½ L fuel per acre, with the Semeato we are now only using 1 ½ L per acre, so it has saved us a lot of money in fuel.

  • The main thing we like about this machine is its reliability. Just being able to pick it up out of the shed, give it a grease and run straight down the paddock. There's not many planters you can do that with. We're finding that were able to save water and still gain the same yield, so its increasing water use efficiency so that's obviously a plus. I would definitely recommend this machine to anyone.

  • We chose the Ultisow because it was manufactured locally, its got a fairly solid construction and adjustments are relatively simple and the seed placement we found to be as good as any other machine on the market. We were happy with the Ultisow's performance through the season, being maintenence free and just a matter of some easy greasing points, its been reliable.

  • The No Till has helped out with alot of the weeds, less soil disturbance, saves the moisture which has helped the crops this year, they look good for little rainfall.
    The machine folds up beautifully to transport around, its made by very professional blokes, its does a tremendous job and I'm very happy with it.
    It requires a bit more thought to set up, with adjustments and that type of thing compared to the tyne machine, but once we got that organised I was shocked to see the stubble loads that it was going through with no problems and the crops have come up beautiful.

  • Robert Houghton from Leeton talks about the benefits of the SB2010 Baldan row units on his Serafin S40. Suitable for both dry and wet conditions, Robert demonstrates how this unit has proven itself.

  • This machine doesn’t rip the ground up, I have tried other machines but no other can do the job like the Semeato. This machine is accurate and any parts I have required have been cheap and easily accessible. It uses less fuel and less HP than most machines so is very low cost to run. The excellent service and the machine performance are the total package.