Salford Group’s Greg Mueller and Sylvio Allard head for the Cornhusker State for the largest indoor agricultural show west of the Mississippi River, the Nebraska Power Farming Show.
Staged each year at the Lancaster Events Center in Lincoln, the Nebraska Power Farming Show is a leading event in the post-harvest winter trade show calendar for the agriculture sector. The event is sponsored by the Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association.
This year’s show will run from December 8-10, featuring nearly 900 exhibiting companies spread across nine acres. Equipment on showcase will represent multiple sectors, including row crop, hay/forage, irrigation, grain storage and handling, seed hauling, livestock, fertilizer and chemical, seed, tillage, and precision agriculture management software. The show will also feature a variety of seminars delivered by staff from the University of Nebraska Extension, as well as private entities on topics ranging industry trends to finance and farming techniques.
At this year’s Nebraska Power Farming Show, Territory Manager Greg Mueller and Salford Valmar’s Sylvio Allard will showcase equipment from Salford Group’s families of tillage, planting and seeding, and broadcast application equipment in booths 4200 and 4600.
Making its Nebraska Power Farming Show debut, Salford’s PathFinder is a steerable undercarriage designed to carry aftermarket dry and liquid fertilizer tanks for strip-till and row crop application. The PathFinder, designed to fit many aftermarket tank types, was created with Salford’s most recent acquisition in mind, the Valmar Airflo line of application products, including the Valmar ST-8 dry product delivery tank showcased with PathFinder at this year’s show.
From the Valmar lineup of precision application equipment, Allard 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.
Also on display at the Nebraska Power Farming Show is the I-5100 from Salford’s Independent Series for true vertical tillage. Building on the company’s patented design, the I-5100 is the line’s first full primary tillage machine. With blades spaced at five inches in four rows, on the longest tillage frame in the Independent series, the I-5100 brings exceptional residue flow. The high-clearance individual blade mounts make this unit almost impossible to plug.
From the Salford BBI lineup of precision broadcast applicators, Mueller will feature MagnaSpread, the industry leader in cost-in-use, a calculation Salford BBI uses to define excellence in efficiency for customer return on investment. The company’s flagship line of hydraulic fertilizer and lime spreaders optimized for a variety of farm sizes and crop types, the option-rich MagnaSpread line is available in both truck-mount and pull-type versions.
For more information on the Nebraska Power Farming Show, visit the show website at www.nebraskapowershow.com.