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BBI MagnaSpread 2
Hydraulic Pull-type / Truck-mount
Two independently controlled hoppers. Get the most from variable rate technology spreading with MagnaSpread 2. Equipped with Salford BBI’s Binary Manifold, making connections to your precision agriculture electronics a snap.
The twin-hopper MagnaSpread 2 features Salford BBI’s patented multi-hopper design—the hoppers operate independently, with variable-rate control. You can achieve complex, targeted nutrient distribution to match the needs of each area of your fields—get two or more nutrients done in fewer loads and fewer passes, while your plants still get exactly the food they need to thrive.
Farmers asked for a twin-hopper spreader, and Salford BBI delivered with MagnaSpread 2, a field general built for producer-level acreage. In a single pass, MagnaSpread 2 delivers multiple nutrient applications that normally require multiple laps around the field for a single-hopper spreader.
The results—farmers using MagnaSpread area saving two to four days of application time per 1,000 acres fertilized, and hundreds of gallons of fuel saved per season. MagnaSpread 2 is a smart investment with big returns for today’s most sophisticated operations.
More time for other tasks and more money in your pocket means taking your operation to next-level success with MagnaSpread 2.
Salford's BBI MagnaSpread2 and MagnaSpread3 ideally suiting for applying cover crop seed and fertilizer in one pass. The individual hoppers allow the seed to be stored separately from the fertilizer and they can be metered into one blend in the field. The MagnaSpread2 and MagnaSpread3 are able to accurately apply lower rates of cover crop seed by mixing the cover crop with fertilizer into a high rate blend and applying them in the same pass. In areas with a warm fall with suitable moisture a fall applied cover crop will establish itself quickly and begin to fix the applied fertilizer almost immediately. For best seeding results a light tillage pass with equipment such as the Salford I-Series will help to establish the cover crop and promote rapid germination by improving seed to soil contact.
- Fertilizer and lime
- Large-acreage operations
- Twin-hopper design
- Spreads lime at up to 2 tons per acre at 14 mph with a 60’ swath
- Achieves 80’ swaths with some fertilizers
- Completes multiple applications in a single pass
- Hydraulic drive
- Salford BBI Binary Manifold (ISOBUS-ready platform)
- Walking beam suspension handles almost any terrain
Event: Agri-Trade Equipment Expo
Dates: November 9-12, 2016
Event: Ag in Motion
Dates: July 19-21, 2016
Why You Should Attend: Ag in Motion is Western Canada’s first outdoor farm expo, situated on 320 acres of prime agricultural land, just 15 minutes northwest of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. In just its second year, the expo will feature live demonstrations of field equipment, crop plots, and interactive agribusiness exhibits. Join our team in booth 528 to learn more about Salford Group’s array of machines built for soil productivity!
After a blockbuster National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, the Salford team is keeping the ag show momentum going. This week, Phill Doty, the company’s territory manager for the northeastern United States, heads to Syracuse for the New York Farm Show (NYFS).
Look out, Louisville—the Salford team is on its way to the National Farm Machinery Show!
Held annually at the Kentucky Exposition Center, this year’s National Farm Machinery Show will run from February 10-13. Visitors will have access to the most innovative new products and technology available to agribusiness professionals today.
February 10, 2016 (Salford, ON) Salford Group, an emerging global power in the farm equipment sector, announces the launch of its new website and unified subsidiary branding in time for the 2016 National Farm Machinery Show.
The winter trade show circuit picks up more steam in mid-January, as BBI joins one of its key dealers, Agro Chem, for Indiana’s Fort Wayne Farm Show.
2013 marks the twenty-third year that Fort Wayne’s Allen County War Memorial Coliseum has served as a connecting point between Indiana’s farming community and representatives from multiple agribusiness sectors, including farming equipment, supplies, and services. This year’s show will run from January 15-17 and feature nearly 375 vendor participants.
At BBI, we bring the best to the field by participating in a number of trade shows throughout the year, and we are looking forward to traveling to New London, Wisconsin for Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, the largest agricultural show in the state and one of the largest in the country.