Salford’s Hobson, Kilpatrick Close Out 2015 At Tulsa Farm Show

Salford I-Series Tillage Equipment

The end of 2015 is here, and Salford Group will close out the year with a bang at the Tulsa Farm Show in Oklahoma.

Held annually at the city’s River Spirt Expo at Expo Square, the Tulsa Farm Show will run December 10-12. The event marks the state of Oklahoma’s largest indoor farm show, with over 400,000 square feet dedicated to the latest offerings in agricultural and ranching equipment. Salford will be among 375 companies featuring tractor, sprayer, tillage, harvest equipment, cattle management products, and more.               

Territory Manager Brian Hobson will be joined by US Sales Director Lee Kilpatrick in showcasing tillage, planting and seeding, and precision broadcast application equipment from Salford Group’s Salford, BBI, and Valmar lines. Hobson and Kilpatrick will display equipment in booths 1900-1912, 2000-2013, and 2101-2113 at the show.

From the Valmar lineup of precision application equipment, Hobson and Kilpatrick will feature a 2455 implement-mount granular applicator for both seeding and herbicide/insecticide use. 55 series applicators from Valmar achieve industry-leading precision through ground-wheel drive metering that ensures an accurate application rate, regardless of ground speed.

In tillage, the duo will display the I-2100 from Salford’s Independent Series for true vertical tillage.  For farmers seeking raw power in their tillage machines, the I-2100 delivers a jackhammer effect that more than matches up to tough ground conditions.  The I-2100 has been engineered for compatibility with I-series seeding and fertilizer attachments to allow producers to combine field operations, driving efficiency in farming operations by saving fuel and man hours.

Finally, Hobson and Kilpatrick will showcase a pair of hydraulic beasts from the Salford BBI lineup of precision broadcast applicators. MagnaSpread is the industry leader in cost-in-use, a measure of precision and efficiency that drives higher yields, reduced waste, and greater profitability from targeted application of fertilizer and lime.

An option-rich line, MagnaSpread is available in a variety of sizes for applications ranging from small to mid-sized farms and golf courses all the way to versions optimized for large-acreage farms, featured in the Producer Series. All of the company’s hydraulic models feature next generation precision farming technology as standard equipment with BBI’s recently-launched Task Command System.  Managed through a painted-screen virtual terminal, the Task Command System features applications for field guidance and variable-rate application of nutrients.

Endurance is the industry leader in the application of litter and a wide range of organic materials. Like MagnaSpread, Endurance is also available in a variety of hopper sizes, in pull-type and truck-mount options, and is optimized for precision agriculture.

For more information on the Tulsa Farm Show, taking place December 10-12 at Tulsa’s River Spirit Expo at Expo Square, visit the show website at www.tulsafarmshow.com