New for 2018, Salford Group is releasing the Ferti-GO 4S - a planter mounted, granular, on-board fertilizer applicator. The Ferti-GO 4S is available for order from Salford's Valmar and Salford dealers.
Jim Boak gets you ready with 4R methods.
Check out Salford’s regular podcast, as Jess Nicholson sits down with the company’s “farmer in residence,” Jim Boak.
Farmers are up to the challenge for better nutrient management.
Nutrient management is being pushed to the forefront of farming as science and government are making direct links between fertilizer/manure application and urban water quality.
Pre Order! Lock in the best prices for 2017 by ordering this November.
Why You Should Attend: The Farm Progress Show is the largest outdoor farm show in the United States, held in rotating locations in Iowa and Illinois. This year’s Iowa-based event promises to be bigger and better than ever.
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.
Salford's new Valmar 246 Pull-Type Granular Applicator for herbicides and seeds takes all the best features of the original 245 and marries it with more capacity and finer sectional control to increase efficiency and reduce input costs, making farmers’ lives easier along the way.
The new Valmar 246 hopper size increases the capacity of the machine by 50% over the Valmar 245 to a total capacity of 60 cu. ft. This means farmers can cover even more acres between fills. Four meters on the 246 enables finer sectional control, allowing farmers to manually shut the machine down to ¼ the 60 ft. boom which saves both input costs and the environment.