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A pond or lake damaged from unsightly algae growth or odor problems can be improved and maintained with mechanical aeration, mixing equipment and proper chemical treatment. The Deep Aire bottom-mounted diffused aeration system takes oxygen to the pond’s lowest depth. The diffused aeration system by the Kansas City, Mo.-based company, Air-O-Lator, releases air bubbles and adds oxygen. When the bubbles rise to the surface, the water from the bottom of the pond is dragged to the surface breaking up the thermocline and the stratified layer of water. The bottom layer of water is aerated and mixed into the entire lake or pond no matter the depth. The system uses an air compressor, located on the shore, which delivers oxygen through a hose to a special diffuser lying on the pond bottom. For more information visit 800-821-3177 or visit www.airolator.com.


Performance and flexibility are key for timely and high-quality application. The new Case IH Patriot 3240 and 3340 sprayers offer more horsepower and options for spray control. The sprayers build on the AIM Command spray system, which allows a constant rate and pressure over a range of speeds. Also, the system provides the capability of turning on and off nozzles one at a time, rather than entire boom sections. The Patriot 3240 and 3340 sprayers have 6.7-liter emission compliant engines that generate 250- and 285-horsepower. For more information, contact a dealer or visit www.caseih.com.


Kuhn SR 100 GII SpeedRake has a windrow adjustment feature that allows independent adjustment of the windrow width and raking width to best match specific crop and pickup needs. A built-in mechanical rake arm flotation slot provides terrain. A selector valve provides switching between transport and field positions to save time and maximize productivity. Improved options include tandem axles and a larger kicker wheel. The new rake is manufactured by Kuhn North America, Inc., of Brodhead, Wis. For more information, see a dealer or visit www.KuhnNorthAmerica.com.


Company adds app to help find equine lovers

Version 2.0 of the Zoetis EQStable app, released on Aug. 6, offers a veterinarian feature from GlobalVetLINK, providing an interactive map to search for equine veterinary clinics and gas stations within a specified area.

Vet finder places marker icons on a map to show nearby veterinary clinics. With one tap, contact information will be displayed for the selected location. Gas stations are shown on the map with a different marker icon.

Consumers can choose to turn off clinics or gas stations to narrow their search for one or the other. The feature, designed by the Florham Park, N.J. company, complements the app’s other uses for horse owners, such as tracking and sharing rides with friends, getting the latest equine news and logging vaccinations, deworming and dental exams.

Other features include: separate profiles that can be created and managed with alerts for upcoming events or appointments, capability to use a ride history log, latest in equine industry news, tips for managing a horse or herd, access to digital health certificates, product listings and information, tailoring social media and notifications on important information, updates and promotions.

For more inforation, contact a sales representative or visit zoetisUS.com/EQStable.

 

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