Field crops

In the dynamic landscape of arable farming, challenges such as climate change, diseases, and the call for sustainability are daily concerns. These challenges compel arable farmers to constantly innovate to continue meeting society’s basic needs. Against this backdrop, we offer a range of high-quality, continuously developed, and innovative machinery. These are specially designed to support arable farmers in cultivating key crops. Whether it’s potatoes, grains, sugar beets, or onions, our machinery is more than capable of sowing and caring for these essential crops. By opting for our advanced equipment, arable farmers take a significant step towards efficient and sustainable agricultural practices.

Our solutions for field crops


With years of experience in the arable sector, Väderstad’s machinery has evolved to perfectly meet the specific needs of field crops. Models like the Tempo and the Spirit are designed to meet all the essential quality requirements needed in arable farming. These machines offer advanced technologies and innovations that significantly improve the efficiency and productivity of sowing and cultivating the land.


Stanhay, with over 60 years of experience in precision seeding technology, boasts an impressive history. Stanhay’s innovative belt seeding principle has earned them international recognition. Beyond belt seeders, Stanhay’s offering includes two other seeding principles.

What are field crops?

Arable farming plays a crucial role in the global food supply and industry by cultivating various crops, each with unique growth conditions and applications. Below is a list of some of the most common field crops:

  • Cereals: wheat, barley, oats, maize
  • Oilseeds: rapeseed, sunflowers, soybeans
  • Legumes: peas, beans, lentils
  • Root and tuber crops: potatoes, beets, carrots
  • Fiber crops: cotton, flax

These crops form the basis for a wide range of products, from foodstuffs to industrial raw materials, and are essential for both the economy and global food security.