It’s very early in the New Year, and the Salford Group crew is already taking its efforts into high gear on the agriculture show circuit. Next week sees the team make key stops in the southeastern United States and Western Canada.
On January 8-13, Southeast territory manager Brian Rawson heads to Orlando for a pair of co-located events, the American Farm Bureau Annual Convention and the IDEAg Trade Show. Held at Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center, the 97th annual convention of America’s largest general farm organization offers members of the farming community an unequalled opportunity to learn and promote the future of agriculture.
Part of the American Farm Bureau’s Annual Convention, the IDEAg Trade Show runs from January 9-11. From his post in booth 1030, Rawson will be educating attending producers on the newest innovations at Salford Group across its four core families, Salford, BBI, Valmar, and the recently-acquired AerWay lineup of precision aerators for traditional farms, pastures, and orchards and vineyards.
Rawson will also show farmers multiple examples of Salford Group’s commitment to increasing soil productivity through equipment that takes farming operations to next-level economic performance.
For more on the American Farm Bureau Annual Convention and IDEAg Trade Show in Orlando, visit the show website at http://annualconvention.fb.org/.
While Rawson basks in sunny Orlando, western Canada territory managers Doug Achtymichuk and Glenn Herperger hit the road toward chilly Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for the Western Canadian Crop Production Show. Taking place at Saskatoon’s Prairieland Park from January 11-14, the Western Canadian Crop Production Show has become Western Canada's premier grain industry showcase by presenting information to producers on the latest technology, services, and products including crop production practices and products, field equipment, crop inputs and application, commodity marketing, seed bed preparation, seed and soil information, straw and chaff management, grain handling, processing, storage & transportation, harvest technology, and farm financing and real estate.
The focus of the Western Canadian Crop Production Show is an event geared toward the grain industry. About 95 percent of attendees are directly involved in grain production.
From their show positions in booths D20-21 42-43, Achtymichuk and Herperger will spend time teaching grain producers about the Salford Group’s focus on building equipment that serves multiple field purposes with durability and precision. The company’s ongoing commitment allows farmers in grain and other agriculture sectors to effectively limit capital spend by investing in versatile equipment able to execute multiple tasks on the farm.
Examples include Salford tillage machines in the Independent Series for true vertical tillage paired with Valmar’s implement mount seed applicators, as well as BBI’s hydraulic broadcast spreaders performing industry-leading application via precision agriculture software driving guidance and variable-rate technology.
For more information on the Western Canadian Crop Production Show, visit the show website at http://www.cropproductiononline.com/.