SHOOTIN' THE BULL

Published on Tue, 07/05/2016 - 2:20pm

Large Square Bale Nutrition Injection System

     For more than 15 years, thousands of cattle operators have turned “bad hay into good hay” with our 3-point hitch, front end loader and portable injectors.

New from Baleplus, the Large Square Bale Injector is custom-designed to inject BalePlus ProteinPlus™ ALL SEASON™ nutrition supplement formula into any large square bale.
Tractor-mounted for 3-point hitch and front end loaders, the new injector spreads BalePlus rumen-balanced proteins, energy, vitamins and minerals throughout 60-70% of the bale in 30 seconds, making it nutritionally rich for immediate feeding or to be stored for later feeding. It is equipped with a 300-PSI roller pump.

Set the valve to “Mix” and the BalePlus™ Large Square Bale Injector mixes ProteinPlus™ ALL SEASON™ Nutrition Formula and water for you. Change the valve to “Inject” and you are ready to add BalePlus™ protein, energy, vitamins and minerals to any forage.

Any large square baled forage, even CRP, goes from bad hay to good hay in a matter of seconds and is ready to feed or store.

Founded in 1999, BalePlus™ has served thousands of large and small cattle operations in the United States, Canada and other countries, with regional production facility partners in the USA and Canada. Tom Cox is the engineer, cattle nutritionist and inventor of the original, patented baled forage injection system, U.S. Patent 6,126,985: “Method, Apparatus and Composition for Treating a Bale of Hay.”For more information visit
www.baleplus.com or call 706-889-5990.

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Syngenta Honors Women In Agriculture With “FarmHer” Series Sponsorship

To celebrate the critical role women are playing in agriculture, Syngenta U.S. is sponsoring a new television series on RFD-TV.  Set to start airing this fall, “FarmHer” will feature some of the industry’s amazing women and the impact they make every day to help feed more than 7 billion people.
“Syngenta recognizes how valuable women are in agriculture all across America,” said Dan Burdett, head of Customer Marketing, Syngenta. “From driving tractors on the farm to discovering innovations in the lab, women continue to make major contributions to our industry.”

Each episode of “FarmHer” will tell stories of real women who, as the “FarmHer” theme states, “love the land, care for the community and feed the people.”

“I founded ‘FarmHer’ in 2013 to begin changing the image of agriculture — to include women in that image through photographs and stories,” said founder Marji Guyler-Alaniz, who is also a professional photographer. “This partnership with RFD-TV and Syngenta takes what I started with ‘FarmHer’ and launches it to the next level.”

The “FarmHer” TV series will use still photography, video and insights from the featured women themselves to showcase their invaluable contributions to agriculture, as well as to their families and communities.  “We couldn’t be more excited to partner with Syngenta to help bring the compelling stories of women in agriculture to homes all across the country,” said Raquel Gottsch, executive producer of “FarmHer.” “RFD-TV is pleased to work with a company that has a genuine interest in the work and passion of all Americans who work in this industry — no matter their gender.”
The first episode of “FarmHer” is slated to premier in September. For more information, please visit RFDTV.com. Viewers should check their local listings for the RFD-TV channel number in their area. For more information about Syngenta, please visit www.syngentathrive.com for a sneak peek at some of the remarkable women who are #RootedinAg and will be featured in the “FarmHer” series.

Syngenta is a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources. Through world- class science and innovative crop solutions, 28,000 people in over 90 countries are working to transform how crops are grown. Syngenta is committed to rescuing land from degradation, enhancing biodiversity and revitalizing rural communities. To learn more, visit www.syngenta.com and www.goodgrowthplan.com.

Founded in 2013 to update the image of agriculture to include women through imagery, FarmHer has become a multi-faceted source of inspiration and connection for women in all types of agriculture. FarmHer images are shared through social and traditional media, updating the image of a farmer and rancher to include the women who have always been imperative to growing food and fiber. FarmHer is also an online community for women in agriculture — both professionals and producers — to connect women in a safe and private online environment. See more and follow the journey at www.farmher.com.

Rural Media Group, Inc. is the world’s leading provider of multimedia content dedicated to the rural and Western lifestyle. Reconnecting city with country, RFD-TV is the flagship network for RMG. RFD-TV is the nation’s first 24-hour television network featuring programming focused on the agribusiness, equine and the rural lifestyle, along with traditional country music and entertainment.

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Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition Launches Global Website

Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition is excited to announce the launch of its new global website. The site highlights Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition’s commitment to excellence and the industries it serves, while providing the latest available dairy, poultry, beef and swine nutrition information to enhance animal productivity and producer profitability.

“This resource has been quite some time in the making as we explored how best to bring our deep knowledge of animal nutrition to life for the benefit of the global community we serve,” explains Scott Druker, director, Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition.

“We’re very pleased to unveil this user-friendly global website that will enable us to better communicate with our customers at their convenience,” he adds. “No matter where you are located or the species you work with, you can reach out to us for research-proven animal nutrition information 24 hours a day, seven days a week.”

This educational resource will be continuously updated with the latest research, videos, management tips and articles, news and industry events. Also be sure to check in regularly for up-to-date product information and company details.

“We’re focused on research, service and support that help our global customers meet their needs and get their most important jobs done right,” says Bo Hansen, Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition EurAsian sales manager. “This website offers our customers another way to communicate with us and for us to communicate with them — at their convenience and in their language.”

Users can select their country of origin and language so that they obtain the most relevant information for their location. Furthermore, the site provides species-specific details to ensure users have access to the data and product details they need depending on which animals they work with most.
Plus, users can use the website to locate local ARM & HAMMER™ distributors, technical service specialists and sales representatives.

For decades Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition has been a leader in dairy feed ingredients. A 2015 acquisition expanded their portfolio across a wider range of species and the company became global in reach.  “We work hard to maintain product quality to meet customer expectations every time,” says Druker. “This new resource is the next step in helping to communicate our team’s commitment to our customers and develop new relationships throughout the world.”

To take a detailed tour of the new global website, visit https://AHanimalnutrition.com.  Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition, with headquarters in Princeton, N.J., is a global leader in offering a complete family of innovative, research-proven livestock and poultry feed ingredients to improve producer profitability.

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Walls Outdoor Goods Expands Kevlar® and Vintage Workwear

Walls Outdoor Goods, a leader in durable outdoor workwear, expands the options in its Kevlar® and Vintage collections, with the introduction of innovative new styles for fall 2016. The new pieces are some of the toughest, most dependable apparel available for working in demanding conditions.

“The new workwear is built for guys who work hard and play hard outdoors,” says Alan Burks, Walls Brands director of marketing. “By utilizing the strength of Kevlar and the comfort of stonewashed cotton duck, we are designing outerwear that is comfortable and that will lead the category in quality, durability and style.”

Walls remains the exclusive brand of insulated, cold-weather workwear with Kevlar®, which offers strength and durability while remaining lightweight and flexible. The fall 2016 Kevlar workwear collection adds the new Kevlar Shirt Jack and Kevlar Hooded Parka to its already robust line of jackets, vests and bibs. The line features 10-ounce brushed duck and Kevlar blend and a double-needle diamond-quilt lining with six ounces of synthetic insulation.

Three new styles join the Vintage Walls collection including the new Vintage Duck Pant that feels broken in from the first wear and features a cell phone pocket, hammer loop and utility belt loop. The new Vintage Barn Coat offers a long cut for extra warmth and side vent with double snap closure for a full range of motion. The Vintage Twill Jacket features a trim cut and western-style back yoke for a stylish and functional design. Every style in the Vintage collection starts with premium 10-ounce duck fabric that is sanded and stonewashed, creating a weathered, lived-in look. A buffalo print lining creates a vintage look while adding warmth and comfort.

For more details visit online at www.wallsoutdoorgoods.com.