ND farmers invent ‘cradle’ to haul large sprayers
       By SUE ROESLER, Farm & Ranch Guide, May 6, 2012

DUNN CENTER, N.D. – You know it’s a good product when Canadian farmers drive down from Saskatchewan to the Schollmeyer Farm south of Dunn Center to pick up their new “cradle.”

The cradle is a retractable transportation system with arms that can be retracted out and down by remote or manual control to hold a large sprayer, usually a commercial-size sprayer. Read More...


   O Canada
      By David Redlinger, The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, May 1, 2007

Clarence Schollmeyer, president and owner of an engineering firm in Killdeer, North Dakota, had thought about trying to export to Canada for years, but business conditions never seemed quite right. Last September, after attending the AgriTrade trade show in Red Deer, Alberta, Schollmeyer decided to wait no longer to make a move across the border. Read More...


   International Cheerleader of North Dakota
       The Bismarck Tribune, June 9, 2007

Schollmeyer Engineering started, as many farm equipment businesses do, as a farmer filling his own needs.

Clarence Schollmeyer created a foldable, removable, high clearance crop sprayer cradle, to better transport the awkward sprayers. He started marketing it less than two years ago, started officially building and selling it about five years ago. Read More...