The Marysville, Kansas-based Landoll model 5211 grain drill with pneumatic down pressure on the openers has added features that include an option for three boxes on four different models that range from 10 to 20 feet in width for seeding large acreage fields with any combination of seed, fertilizer and or grass seed. The 5211 has a standard 3-point hitch, optional pull hitch or coulter cart and the drill is capable of no-till, min-till and conventional seeding. Other features include large-diameter 15.8-inch blades on double disc openers; standard "soil control" strips and swivel-type press wheels. The 5211 redesign incorporates a monitor system, which includes a population monitor, a bin level sensor and an acremeter. For more information, contact a dealer or visit www.landoll.com.
ROTBLOC, of Bend, Oregon, made of 100 percent recycled rubber and plastic, is a durable barrier that protects chemically treated wood products from unavoidable premature failure. Everyone has likely experienced having posts, poles or timbers rot and fail prematurely at the ground-line. Bend resident Ken Carhart has developed a sustainable product that will maximize the service life of the treated wood products. ROTBLOC is designed to be easy to use, cost-efficient, as well as highly effective for the business owner or the do-it-yourselfer. Application of ROTBLOC takes about 60 seconds per post. The product is simply custom cut to fit, wrapped around the wood, and secured with exterior grade nails, staples or zip-ties. One roll can service 17 4-inch posts, equal to 160 lineal feet of fencing. For more information, contact a dealer or visit www.rotbloc.com.
Brock Grain Systems, Milford, Indiana, offers million-bushel capacity bin models in its line of Everest E-Series grain storage bins. Also new to the product line is Brock’s summit system, which enables installers to make efficient, uniform connections of LeMar catwalk and tower support systems to the bins. The bin models are 132- and 156-feet in diameter and offer maximum storage capacities of up to 1.24-million and 1.3-million-bushels, respectively. For more information, see a dealer or visit www.BrockGrain.com.
Firm's product helps build fences
Hotwoods has been in business for more than 27 years manufacturing and selling its hydraulic wire winders. The hydraulic winder is one of the strongest three-point wire winders on the market today.
There are more than 16,000 in use worldwide. The product is made in Grand Island, Nebraska. The hydraulic winder motor provides ample power for jobs like pulling barbed wire through tall grass but is designed to handle smooth or barbed wire or light cable. These winders are available in Category 1, 2, or 3-point mounts. They come with a removable reel that splits to unload wire. The smooth-operating valve allows users to select any speed from fast down to crawl as well as a complete stop. The latest addition to the Wire Winders from Hotwoods is the gas powered wire winder. This winder comes with a Honda 5.5-horsepower engine. The winder can be used from the back of a pickup as well as run on the ground. Its portability makes it convenient to use. The gas winder also comes standard with the wire guide arm for operator safety.
For more information, call 877-407-8645 or visit www.hotwoods.com.
Dryer controller firm adds to product list
AgriDry LLC, Edon, Ohio, has introduced ADLink. An addition to the CFlow dryer controller with moisture sensor provides remote access to read dryer discharge grain moisture and afford farmers access to dryer data anytime and anywhere.
ADLink will enable the moisture sensor to set a target moisture level. This service is web based and can be accessed through any available Internet connection.
AgriDry, LLC specializes in grain quality control solutions for commercial and on-site farm grain facilities. The AgriDry gravity grain spreader will handle between 4,000 and 40,000 bushels per hour and the AgriDry Bullseye grain temperature and moisture controller will automate dryers and fans for optimal grain quality benefit. ADLink allows grain managers to have worldwide access to their controller settings and data logs from their smartphone, touch pad or personal computer. For more information, contact AgriDry offices at 855-247-4379 or visit www.agridryllc.com.
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