Industry News

Easy Manure Breakdown Using The Maximizer™

 

"No measuring, no mixing, no chemicals" when using the new sealed, self contained PVC housing called the Maximizer™ to accelerate the more complete breakdown of pit, lagoon and slurry store manure solids.

Benefits include fewer to no flies, less objectionable odor, improved herd health, better working conditions, full storage capacity regained, less to no agitation when pumping because of the aerobic conversion of the raw manure to an organic condition. The Maximizer™ accelerates the aerobic microbial digestion of the waste and rapidly transforms the containment volume from anaerobic microbe domination to aerobic domination. Read more

Mahindra USA and Operation Finally Home Break Ground on New Home

 

HOUSTON, TX (November 28, 2012) – Mahindra USA and Operation Finally Home (OFH) are pleased to announce the groundbreaking of a new home in League City, Texas, for a deserving veteran and their family. The home, in the Tuscan Lakes subdivision, is scheduled for completion in Summer 2013. Mahindra USA, the number one selling tractor brand in the world based on volume, along with its dealer network actively support Operation Finally Home, a non-profit organization that provides custom-made mortgage-free homes to wounded and disabled veterans and the widows of the fallen. Read more

Nurturite

The concept of the Nurturite product line revolves around using emulsified silicone to treat forages. The goal with First Response is to allow the user greater tolerance to moisture; it’s used at the baler and can be applied as a replacement for prop acid, allowing users to bale hay at higher moistures without dealing with the typical issues they would have with mold and heating (see photos in ad below). The treated cost per ton is lower than prop acid on high moisture hay and the product is not corrosive and will not negatively affect the flavor or smell of the hay. Read more

Timpte Opens New Sales Office In Sioux City

Timpte Opens New Sales Office in Sioux City, IA 

David City, NE – Timpte, the industry leader in manufacturing bulk commodity trailers, is proud to announce the opening of a new Factory Direct Sales Branch Office in Sioux City, Iowa.    

The new Factory Direct Sales Branch Office is conveniently located at 4325 South York Street, Sioux City, IA 51106.  The new location offers new and used grain trailers for sale, as well as over-the-counter parts and service. 

Timpte will now have the Northwest Iowa Sales Representative Kirk Martin based out of the new branch location. Kirk has been with Timpte for the past 3 years, and brings a wealth of knowledge during his 36 years in the transportation industry. Kirk is committed to giving you the kind of service you need and expect from Timpte.  Read more

Schweiss Doors

Schweiss Doors Introduces “Red Power” Hydraulic Pump

Schweiss Doors, providers of quality doors for agricultural buildings and various other installations, announces a new, more powerful and smoother running hydraulic pump system that goes by the trade name Red Power. Owner Mike Schweiss says since it was first introduced at various tradeshows around the U.S. farmers, ranchers, and pilots have been asking for it by name.

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New Horizons Earth-Friendly Way to Heat

New Horizon Inc. announces a new extended line of Wood Gasification Boilers, providing a safe and environmentally friendly way to heat your home and domestic hot water with wood and other biomass byproducts. The boiler uses wood gasification combustion (with a secondary combustion process), giving you a high overall heating efficiency.

Attack DPX boilers utilize wood (biomass) in the burning process, which uses the energy contained in the wood at up to two times more efficient than traditional boilers or wood stoves. In layman’s terms, it releases wood gas, also known as syngas or producer gas, from biomass (25% hydrogen, 19 % carbon monoxide, and a mixture of hydrocarbons and alcohols) and re-burns it in a secondary combustion process. Smoke and other emissions are cut to a low level, due to high temperature of secondary combustion, making our boilers nature-friendly. Read more

Boondoggle: Fixing the 2012 Farm Bill

When Congress returns from its August recess, one of the first items it will take up is the 2012 farm bill, which proposes to spend almost $ 1 trillion over the next decade.

Over the past year, American Enterprise Institute (AEI) experts led by scholars Vince Smith and Henry Olsen have examined the farm bill and have authored numerous research papers and articles which explain that by eliminating some programs and restructuring others, taxpayers could save over $100 billion over the next 10 years without affecting the security of the US food supply chain.

Today AEI is launching www.AmericanBoondoggle.com, a one-stop shop for AEI research on the farm bill. Bringing together research papers, interactive maps, and a new two-minute video, the site explains why reform is necessary and charts a comprehensive path forward. Read more

Calmer Corn Heads’ 12-inch Row Corn Head at Boone Farm Progress Show

Calmer Corn Heads’ 12-inch Row Corn Head at Boone Farm Progress Show

Calmer Corn Heads’ 20 row 12-inch patented single chain corn head will be on display at the 2012 Boone Farm Progress Show (August 28-30th; Lot #1302).  This corn head is also equipped with the Calmer BT Chopper®Trash Reduction/Decomposition Kits.  Mr. Harry Stine and Stine Seeds have planted their STINE®high-density corn hybrids in 12-inch rows for harvest this fall in Iowa and purchased this corn head from Calmer.  Read more

Kwik-Trap Hydraulic Hopper Door Kit

The Kwik-Trap is Aero’s® newest automated electric over hydraulic pump system for hopper doors. This system is designed to produce more torque and provide easier operation than an electric model. Just two of the highlights you’ll find include a weather-resistant aluminum box housinga hydraulic pump under the trailer (designed for year-round protection) and a conversion switch with a simple pin that holds the manual latch open, allowing the Kwik-Trap™ system to be easily converted from manual to hydraulic operation.

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Legacy Offers Tension Fabric Buildings

 

Combining quality rigid frame engineering with the proven benefits of tension fabric, Legacy Building Solutions introduces the industry’s first line of fabric buildings to incorporate structural steel beams instead of open web trusses. This new engineering concept provides a high level of flexibility for a wide range of applications, including cattle and agriculture buildings.

 

Legacy buildings utilize a durable rigid frame in place of the hollow-tube, open web truss framing traditionally used for fabric buildings. Unlike hollow tube steel, Legacy’s solid structural steel beams are not vulnerable to unseen corrosion originating inside a tube.  This design also allows for wider or additional doors, eave extensions, interior columns, or additional equipment (like conveyors or sprinklers) on the sidewalls.

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