NEWS & BLOG
By: Derek Bontrager, Equipment Sales
When it comes down to it, getting the highest return on investment is key, and Krone kept that in mind when designing and building their forage equipment. To accomplish this mission, Krone has made sure to not just build high-quality equipment but to offer multiple conditioning options on their pull-type, mounted and self-propelled mower conditioners. Here’s a breakdown of the three types of conditioners: rubber rolls, steel M-rolls and V-tines.More
Our March STRIVErs had the company’s well-being in mind when they took the initiative to unload a damaged trailer, even if it meant staying late. Knowing the weather forecast, feed warehouse crew member, Lane Jensen and warehouse supervisor, Danny Sutton assessed the situation and took the lead to prevent feed products from potentially getting wet. Read Lane and Danny’s nomination below.
By: Lucas Gillmore, Seed Manager
Traits are the alphabet soup of letters and numbers listed after a hybrid’s number. It is so confusing that Michigan State has a two-page document to help explain and break down the differences in insect traits to practicing agronomists. What makes this business so complicated beyond the various input and output traits, is the fact it’s constantly evolving; in the last two years, we have seen big shifts in herbicide traits with Enlist™ and XtendFlex® soybeans. Now it is corn’s turn: there are many new corn traits on the near horizon from Bayer, Corteva and Syngenta.More
With the much-anticipated warmer weather just around the corner, battling flies will be at the forefront of many livestock producers’ minds. Termi-Fly™ by Huvepharma is here to help control these pests at the source. Learn more about the newest addition to our fly control product line. More
In a perfect world, we wouldn’t have to worry about a service truck to make emergency jobsite calls, just preventative maintenance. But obviously, that’s not the case. Prior to summer 2019, any major manure pump and manure tank repair required a customer to be on-site with a tractor and loader to help lift the equipment in question. Although it got the job done, we knew there was a better way to do it.More