Air seeders from Australia on display at the 2010 Big Iron ShowWest Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - There will be 70-thousand visitors coming from all over the world to Big Iron. One man traveled 3 days just to get there. He is searching for people to sell his product locally.
There are a lot of products to see at the 2010 Big Iron Farm Show, but this one definitely traveled furthest. These after market parts for Air seeders are from Western Australia.
Raycol Engineering is looking for a market here in the U.S. As air seeders seem to be a rising trend in the Ag world. The company currently sells to Canada.
The products are unique from some U.S. Made versions because they are stainless steel.
Several parts of his products weren't allowed through customs.
Colin Whyatt/Raycol Agricultural Equipment: “Thought it was a good opportunity to give it a go in the U.S. You have to go big or give it up.”
Tomorrow is the last day of Big Iron. It runs from 9 to 4.