Salford began production of conventional tillage equipment 1978. Over the years Salford grew
with innovative tillage designs and in 2005 Salford began engineering and manufacturing seeding and application equipment as well.
In 2014, Salford purchased BBI Spreaders
(founded in 1991), manufacturers of BBI Spinner
Spreaders. In May 2015, Salford acquired Valmar
Airflo (established in 1977), manufacturers of
Valmar air boom and Valmar granular application
tools. In December 2015, Salford purchased
AerWay Advanced Aeration (established in 1983),
manufacturers of AerWay aeration tillage and turf
Salford, like BBI, Valmar and AerWay, focuses on
engineering easy to use equipment that incorporates innovations that are unique in the market place.
Salford has production facilities in Iowa and Georgia in the United States, as well as in Ontario and Manitoba in Canada. Combined with a number of parts distribution centers across North America, Salford's parts distribution and product support stretches across America’s heartland, America's Southeast, in the Great Lakes region and into the Canadian West.
Salford's AerWay tillage and pasture management machines are designed to improve moisture and nutrient storage while alleviating compaction.
Salford's BBI Spreaders are engineered for the widest true driving intervals, saving time in the field.
A wide range of models fit every operation.
Salford's highly accurate Valmar Airflo applicators offer implement mounted granular product distribution or air boom applicators.
Salford Independent Series tillage machines improve seedbeds and manage residue. I-Series tools can be fitted for application as well.
Salford Group offers a line of conventional tillage tools engineered for maximum durability, clearance and ease of use.