TRUCK MOUNTED SPREADERS
BBI Spreaders, the leader in precision application of dry material, offers multiple lines of truck-mounted spreaders for farm and municipal infrastructure.
Leading off is MagnaSpread, a line of hydraulic truck-mounted spreaders for the farm. MagnaSpread truck-mounted spreaders are option-rich and customizable for farms of all sizes. All MagnaSpread truck-mounted spreaders are made to leverage precision agriculture technology. In addition of featuring BBI's proprietary Binary Manifold for connecting to all precision ag offerings on the market, every MagnaSpread truck-mounted spreader is equipped with the Task Command System, a precision ag suite from BBI spreaders.
MagnaSpread truck-mounted spreaders are available in multiple hopper configurations, with two and three-hopper versions ( MagnaSpread 2 and MagnaSpread 3) for applying multiple micro nutrients simultaneously, with hoppers operating independently with variable-rate application capability.
- Precision application of fertilizer and lime
- Multi-hopper versions available
- For farms, orchards, vineyards, golf courses
- Precision application of rock, salt, sand, and hard materials
- In-cab controls
- Designed to endure rights of hard material-spreading.
BBI also offers hydraulic, truck-mounted spreaders for application of litter, manure, compost, beet lime, and other organic materials. Endurance truck-mounted spreaders, like the MagnaSpread line, also feature the Binary Manifold and the Task Command System from BBI Electronics as standard offerings.
BBI's truck-mounted spreaders aren't limited to farming environments. The company also offers truck-mounted spreaders for municipal and physical plant environments. RockBody truck-mounted spreaders are built tough for application of rock, sand, gravel, salt and other hard, abrasive materials. The RockBody truck-mounted spreaders givers users in-cab controls for the hydraulic gate, tarp, conveyor, and spinners.
RockBody truck-mounted spreaders are easy to maintain, with several features preventing wear and tear from hard materials. The cab shield and wooden side boards protect this truck-mounted spreader from damage during loading, and the spreader's flow divider features the company's proprietary Rock Escape to prevent rock jams.
Why You Should Attend: The premier outdoor show dedicated to the Illinois farming community, MAGIE is an annual event sponsored by the Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association. MAGIE brings together thousands of farmers from Illinois and surrounding states to meet with exhibitors from every corner of agricultural equipment, electronics, services, and more.
Event: Wisconsin Farm Technology Days
Dates: July 19-21, 2016
Salford Group Demonstration Machines: Salford I-1200 with Valmar 2455 for tillage/cover crop seeding in a single pass. Why You Should Attend: The Wisconsin Farm Technology Days is the largest agricultural show in Wisconsin and one of the largest in the nation.
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!
The winter ag show season comes to a conclusion as Salford territory managers Scott Ousdahl and Glenn Herperger team up with service manager Mitch Miller to make their way to beautiful Grande Prairie, Alberta for the Peace Country Classic Agri-Show.
The BBI section control option will be making its debut at the 2016 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, KY. The section control option is able to turn off either side of the spreader in areas where fertilizer has already been applied. In Louisville, the section control option will be on display with Salford BBI’s newest model, the BBI Javelin.
Buckeye State farmers and their neighbors will have their choice of agriculture’s best selection of spreaders for a variety of applications as the team from BBI Spreaders joins area partner Agro-Chem for the 52nd Farm Science Review.
The BBI Spreaders road show continues, with the newly-added Nebraska Agri-business Exposition in Omaha rounding out the company’s January ag show circuit.
This year’s show will take place at the newly-renovated West Pavilion at the Indiana State Fairgrounds from December 11-13.
BBI Spreaders recently participated in the annual Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa, with Denny McCauley, Lee Kilpatrick, and Russ McEver in attendance on behalf of the company. We were pleased to learn that one of BBI’s featured products, a MagnaSpread built with a 20-ton walking-beam suspension, was recently featured in Farm Equipment magazine’s show recap for the October/November 2012 issue.
As BBI continues to grow in markets around the world, we look for partners with the right approach and business acumen for meeting the needs of sophisticated farming operations geared for precision agriculture. In Canada, we have begun such a partnership with Premier Equipment of Ontario.