Our friends at Bazooka Farmstar have made some impressive additions to their hose reel lineup including the largest hose reel, the fastest drive system and the fastest controlled freewheel on the market. The Eclipse (2416) Hose Reel, 2012 Hose Reel, and the 1810 Pivoting Tongue Hose Reel will provide further functionality and convenience for manure handlers. In addition, Bazooka Farmstar has launched the innovative Quantum Drive System.More
We strongly believe one of the most important ingredients in our recipe for success is our employees. Without our people, we would not be able to provide the quality services and products to our customers (the other key ingredient). One of the familiar faces to many of our customers is Duncan Bell, Parts Specialist (since 2013). Located at the parts counter in the Retail Center, Duncan assists people with all of their parts needs, whether that be for manure handling or sprayer/application equipment.More
Gerry Erickson, NDSU Farm Manager, and Todd Molden, NDSU Dairy Research Specialist, are happy with More Than Manure’s effectiveness on reducing crusting and solids in their lagoons while cutting down on overall odor. Check out their MTM experience in their testimonial video below!More
Mark your calendars, World Pork Expo is just around the corner; June 8th, 9th,and 10th! We will be in our usual location South of the Varied Industries Building at booth SV307. Although we are showcasing a wide array of GEA equipment, our absolute must see is the new 7300 stainless steel manure tank with the Bazooka Farmstar Phantom injectors (pictured). Special thanks to owners Keith and Lisa Schwandt and family for letting us display this tank! Also making the trip to Des Moines is the new 8′ x 12′ pump and 6″ pump with pump caddy. We are looking forward to chatting with you about the latest and greatest in manure handling technologies!
Make sure you also add ManureMagic’s booth (V1061) to your list of places to visit while at World Pork Expo. When you print and present the flyer below, you will be entered to win a $250 Cabela’s gift card! More
Purdue University Study Finds Manure Magic Serves as a Manure Odor Eliminator and Impacts Odor and Hydrogen Sulfide from Swine Operations
Many of our customers have found ManureMagic to be an excellent manure odor eliminator. They have also experienced the positive effects ManureMagic has on breaking up crusting in their pits first hand, but recently a Purdue University study has backed up ManureMagic’s effectiveness on decreasing odors and hydrogen sulfide gas produced from swine farms.More
The past few weeks we have discussed the benefits of More Than Manure and the beneficial impacts it can have on your operation. This week we are excited to share with you this MTM offer from Verdesian Life Sciences! This offer to livestock producers will reward them for making an early commitment to maximizing the nutrient value of the manure from their operations. More
Last week we introduced More Than Manure (MTM) Nutrient Manager, how it works and the benefits it provides. Quick refresher; MTM reduces phosphorus lock-up, and nitrogen loss as well as cuts back the ammonia levels and helps break up solids. This week we’ll hone in on the elusive Phosphorus and it’s tendency to get locked up in the soil, specifically, when coming from applied manure.
Manure is a valuable fertilizer source; why not make the most of it? More Than Manure Nutrient Manager (MTM) is a manure fertilizer manager formulated for all manures and litters, liquid or dry. MTM is the only manure fertilizer manager proven to reduce phosphorus lock-up and nitrogen loss from volatilization, leaching, and denitrification.More
The following is a press release from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources and Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Des Moines- New online options make training and fee payment easier than ever for more than 4,500 certified Iowa manure applicators.
“Applicators can still complete training in person, watch a video at a county Extension office or take a test at a DNR field office, and mail a check in to pay their certification fees, just as they always have,” said Gene Tinker, DNR animal feeding operations coordinator. “But, we’ve added the convenience of training at home or in the office.“That gives them many options, allowing applicators to take training, pay fees or print their certificates via an online system, or use any combination of traditional and online services,” Tinker added.