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BidSpotter.com, the US-based world leader in industrial and commercial online auctions, announces its acquisition by ATG Media Holdings Ltd, a UK based company. BidSpotter will continue its operations from the existing offices in Gig Harbor, Washington, with all existing services remaining in place during the transition. ATG Media Holdings Ltd carries 13 years of experience in the online auction market as the owners and operators of the-saleroom.com (Europe’s leading portal for live and timed...
In today’s world, everyone is trying to squeeze 26 hours of work into a 24-hour day — and cut costs at the same time. When trying to climb this never-ending hill, technology can be a game changer. With the birth of smart phones and tablets, technology is literally at our fingertips. Going hand in hand with mobile technology are the programs–or apps–that have been developed to do everything from remember our grocery lists to give us the location of our machinery in the field....
In the recent issue of Farmers Hot Line we introduced you to several popular Grain Pits with Auger Legs in our Product Spotlight. Showcased will be equipment from Mast Production, Lowry Manufacturing, Northern Grain, Batco Manufacturing, and Adrian Manufacturing.We will be addressing the drive-over and buried options. The drive-over option allows the user to transport to where it is needed. With low deck clearances this style is a great option for fast unloading of belly-dump trailers.The other popular option is a buried pit. Ranging in size from 50 to over 1500 bushels this style of pit allows for fast unloading of grain to a pit, then automatically be transferred to a bin or dryer. This automation means the amount of labor can be reduced.
By V. RavichandranI’m old enough to remember India in the 1960s, when my country couldn’t feed itself. We had to import millions of tons of grain and other foodstuffs just to survive. The situation was so bad that Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri went on the radio to appeal to his fellow citizens to give up one meal per week in the belief that this sacrifice would enable others to eat.I was about seven years old at the time. My family met the challenge by forfeiting a meal every Monday—so did a lot of other families. In our area, the restaurants and canteens would shut down temporarily to encourage participation.