Forage Equipment

Stop Fly Breeding

Flies are notorious nuisance and public health pests because they have the ability to transmit serious pathogens to both humans and animals. These flies typically occur and breed in a variety of filthy areas, including manure, soiled bedding, spilled feed, garbage and other types of organic matter. One pound of manure can contain more than 1,500 fly maggots, so it is not hard to see how fly numbers can reach enormous proportions and threaten your livestock and workers. To prevent and reduce the instances of fly infestations, be sure to utilize the following best practices in your control plan:

Alta Seeds - Forage Sorghum An Efficient, Reliable Alternative to Corn

High tonnage with lower costs and less water has forage sorghum acreage increasing on the High Plains

Cattlemen looking to improve their forage solutions are turning to forage sorghum because of its ability to produce high quality feed that is cost-effective and water-efficient. Sorghum is well suited to produce with limited water and high temperatures, so it’s a great fit for areas such as the High Plains.

Tube-Line Mfg. LTD.

Farm equipment dealer.

Art's Way Manufacturing Co. Inc

For over 50 years, Art's Way Manufacturing Co., Inc. has been a leading manufacturer and marketer of specialized agricultural equipment. The company was built around the design and development by its founder, Arthur Luscombe, of an original portable grinder mixer for use on farms.

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