After kicking off 2015 last week with Pennsylvania’s Keystone Farm Show, the Salford team continues its active winter trade show schedule with visits to three key markets this week.
First up is the Fort Wayne Farm Show, as territory manager Dave Gunkelman heads to Fort Wayne, Indiana in support of Salford dealer Agro-Chem. This year’s show will take place once again at Allen County’s War Memorial Coliseum January 13-15.
Headquartered in Wabash, Indiana, Agro-Chem is the area’s premier dealer of spreaders, sprayers, and precision farming hardware and software. Gunkelman and the team from Agro-Chem will be showcasing MagnaSpread, Salford BBI’s standard-bearer for hydraulic spreaders designed for targeted application for fertilizer and lime. An option-rich line available in pull-type and truck-mounted versions, MagnaSpread is optimized for precision agriculture. As with all Salford BBI hydraulic models, MagnaSpread arrives standard-equipped with the company’s proprietary Binary Manifold, ensuring quick and easy connections to all major precision ag technology.
Also on January 13, Chris Carr of C & C Equipment Sales, a Salford dealer located in Midville, Georgia, will attend the Georgia Plant Food Educational Society’s Winter Meeting. The Georgia Plant Food Educational Society brings together multiple stakeholders in the world of agriculture, including University of Georgia researchers, manufacturers, dealers, government agencies, and growers. A very important gathering in the Georgia agriculture market, the Society’s Winter Meeting is held in conjunction with the organization’s conference of Certified Crop Advisors.
Finally, Salford dealer Don Liskey and the team from Liskey Truck Sales of Harrisonburg, Virginia will be heading to the 19th Virginia Farm Show. The show will take place at the Augusta Land Expo in Fishersville, Virginia on January 15-17. The Virginia Farm Show is a favorite among both full-time and part-time farmers in the mid-Atlantic region, and its annual skid steer contest awards cash and prizes for all major lines of skid steers.
At the 19th Virginia Farm Show, Don Liskey will feature Endurance, Salford BBI’s flagship line of hydraulic spreaders for targeted application of organic materials, such as chicken litter, livestock manure, and crop by-products such as beet lime. The industry leader in cost-in-use, the Endurance line is option-rich and is available in multiple lengths and both truck-mounted and pull-type versions. Like MagnaSpread, all Endurance models feature the company’s proprietary Binary Manifold and Task Command System to facilitate precision agriculture utilization.
The team at Salford and its global dealer network look forward to another successful round of ag shows supporting farmers in key markets.