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Taking no-till farming to the next level...

Established in 1991, Schaffert Mfg. has been creating profitable seed solutions for a variety of planters and drills. Our products are designed by farmers, for farmers. With the passing of each planting season, we sit down & discuss the new changes that would not only make our Rebounder Seed Cover a better product, but also our other Profitable Seed Solutions. We take precision farming to the next level, by understanding the needs of farmers & by trying to stay abreast of the latest changes affecting them. Our products endure rigorous field tests, making them dependable for years to come.

Paul Schaffert, CEO of Schaffert Mfg., started farming when he was in high school and from there he took it to the next level by designing innovative attachments.

Looking back...

In 1977, Paul was awarded the No-Till Farmer of the year and that granted him the exposure he needed to start his own business and promote non-traditional farming practices. Paul also became a Buffalo equipment dealer, giving him greater exposure to farmers wanting to try something new. This was the real beginning of his short-line equipment company and that ultimately lead to the development and patenting of several no-till planter attachments and related-equipment.

Looking ahead...

Today, Paul, along with his excellent staff, continually look for ways to improve farming practices and create manufacturing efficiency.

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Paul Schaffert elected to Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement (NHAA)

Feb 12, 2014 - In recognition of his service to agriculture, Schaffert Mfg. CEO Paul Schaffert was nominated, and then elected to, the Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement (NHAA). The organization's purpose is "to gather and compile the history of achievements in agriculture in the territory and State of Nebraska; to preserve the records of these achievements, and portraits of the men and women who achieved them; collect and display trophies awarded for agricultural accomplishments; and generally to do all things which may preserve and disseminate information as to previous agricultural achievements, and create an incentive and award for further agricultural achievements."

Only those Nebraska residents who are actively engaged in agriculture or the promotion of agricultural interests are eligible for membership election. New members must be nominated by the Board of Trustees and voted in favor of by at least 95% of the existing membership. Membership is traditionally held to approximately 200 individuals.

Paul Schaffert with Bob Klein and Nebraska Hall of Agricultural Achievement award Paul Schaffert with NHAA member Bob Klein
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