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The Shifttronic powershift enables a small tractor and a large mixer feeder to be combined. Although dairy farmer Eigil Miang has the relatively light tractor Case IH Maxxum with 140 HP, he chose a bulky 46-cubic-meter mixer wagon so he...
UMA Geotechnical Construction, a North Carolina-based geotechnical contractor serving the Mid-Atlantic Region, is working on a project that will become the largest square footage of soil nail walls done under a single contract in the North Carolina Department of...
They say dirt runs through their blood at Rogers Construction Co., a family business continuing its legacy in southern Utah. Through the desert air and rolling rocky terrain lies the town of St. George, Utah. The area, nicknamed Utah’s Dixie,...
Specialty subcontractors like UMA Geotechnical Construction, Inc. (UMA) rarely get the credit, but the work they do often lays the foundation for stimulating the global supply chain. The North Carolina-based contractor worked two shifts to install more than 300 micropiles to...
At Vir-Clar Farms they have been able to reduce the feeding time by about 2 to 3 hours a day by letting automation work in their favor. Grant Grindstead: “We looked at ways to improve the accuracy, be more precise, and...
In recent years, Colorado has become home to many “transplants” – that is, people who are not native to the state moving there and establishing roots. While it’s one thing to move your life, it’s another to move an...
Farmers and irrigation professionals understand how important it is to have reliable flow meters. Besides performing on a daily basis, they need to be easily compatible with state regulations yet still simple to use and long-lasting in the harsh...
Imperial Contracting attacks the hard jobs with attitude, expertise, and a strong respect for what’s possible with the right combination of operator and machine. Imperial — like a spartan going into battle. That’s how Wake Forest, NC-based Imperial Contracting approaches every job....
Growing up, Jeremy Frazee knew that life spent working in a cubicle wasn’t going to work for him. He spent his high school summers working as a laborer for the company his grandfather started, Frazee Construction, based in Colorado...
Equipment Corporation of America (ECA), a leading distributor of specialty foundation equipment, has announced new hires at several of its branches in the United States. ECA's President/CEO Roy Kern is especially excited to announce the hiring of his son Rod who...