BBI Spreaders is proud to join one of its key partners, Agro Chem, at the 34th annual Indiana-Illinois Farm and Outdoor Power Equipment Show in Indianapolis.
This year’s show will take place at the newly-renovated West Pavilion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds from December 11-13.
The Indiana-Illinois Farm and Outdoor Power Equipment show will feature nearly 400 exhibitors from the world of farm equipment, including tractors, spreaders, sprayers, and more. Seminars at this year’s show will focus on drought recovery issues, the top current concern for many farmers in the area.
BBI is participating in this year’s show once again with Agro Chem, a key partner in the Midwest based in Wabash, Indiana. Agro Chem serves the farming community in Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio from multiple locations in Wasbash, Wilmington, Ohio, and Saybrook, Indiana. In addition to selling BBI’s line of spreaders optimized for applications in granular fertilizer and lime, litter, and a host of hard materials, Agro Chem is a regional leader in the sale and distribution of tanks, sprayers, applicators, and other equipment optimized for liquid material. Like BBI, Agro Chem is a leader in precision agriculture technologies to assist Midwestern farmers in optimizing their economics through minimizing waste and driving better yields.
At the show, BBI’s Gerry Winters, territory sales manager for the northeastern United States and Canada, will be showcasing BBI’s flagship hydraulic spreader for precision applications of granular fertilizer and lime, MagnaSpread. In addition, Winters and the Agro Chem team will show Endurance, BBI’s line of spreaders for precision applications of litter, manure, and other organic materials. MagnaSpread and Endurance both feature BBI’s exclusive Binary Manifold, the company’s ISOBUS-ready terminal that makes connecting to precision agriculture electronics a snap.
"Agro Chem does such a good job of reaching out to the farming community in Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio, and we’re proud to join them in their efforts to educate farmers on the finest products available to meet their precision agriculture needs,” stated Lee Kilpatrick, Director of Sales and Marketing at BBI. “They’ve been a strong partner for BBI for many years now, and their field expertise in precision ag matches well with the best-designed spreaders for applications of granular fertilizer, lime, organics, and multiple hard materials.”
For more information on the Indiana-Illinois Farm and Outdoor Equipment Show in Indianapolis, check out the farm show’s brochure here.