NCI attended Turf Field Day at the UGA Griffin Campus today. A new Golf & Turf sprayer was presented. Chase Hassey and John Crouch attended the show
NCI is having its annual summer meeting where members of sales, production, accounting, HR and marketing will discuss challenges and accomplishments. Sebring Manager Randy White and Richard Williams of Albany are attending, along with outside sales representatives Michael Carruth, Brian Crosby, John Crouch and Chase Hassey.
Christine from Thomsaston, GA picked up her new 200 gallon 3 point hitch sprayer with boomless nozzles today. She said she had done lots and lots of research because she wasn’t sure what she needed or even what was available. One of the things that bothered her was the way “you get what I have” for many products. She said when she called NCI and spoke with John Crouch the first thing he said was tell me about your operation, what you want to do and what problems you are having. Then John told her she could get only the features she wanted. She was thrilled she wouldn’t have to buy then alter her equipment. Christine admitted that she was paying more for the NCI sprayer than the others she had shopped, but said that the customer service and custom design were big factors in her purchase. She said that she was telling one of her neighbors about her new equipment and he told her, “you’re buying the best!”
NCI is proud to announce Chase Hassey as the new Equipment Sales contact for South and North Carolina. Chase started with us in the Liquid Equipment Production Shop. He has hands-on experience with liquid equipment from the ground up. Chase is also a farmer whose hay won 3rd place in the Southeastern Hay Competition at the SunBelt Expo 2017, 1st in Spalding County and Middle Georgia Hay Contests. Chase will understand farming requirements as well as the capabilities of NCI equipment. He’s a great fit for equipment sales.
The Georgia Agribusiness Council will host a meeting for its Executive Committee and Board of Directors this Wednesday, April 18, at the University of Georgia Griffin Campus. After attending meetings and a luncheon, the GAC will tour various places on the Griffin Campus.
We want to congratulate (and brag!) Erin & John Crouch on the birth of their daughter. Susie arrived Tuesday kicking and screaming. She is a tiny little thing weighing only 2 pounds 14 ounces but very feisty (just like her daddy). We’re pleased to say everyone is doing great!
John Crouch will speak to the Wilkes County Young Farmers on April 5 at the Young Farmers Building located at 313 North Alexander Avenue in Washington, GA. The meal will start at 7:30 and John will speak to the group on GPS guidance systems.
John from Maryland said his tandem axle fertilizer lime spreader was the best spreader he had ever owned. Well, we just LOVE to hear that! John had purchased the spreader in October 2017 from Messicks in Pennsylvania. He was getting ready for spring and just had a couple of quick questions. Our John Crouch was able to answer his questions and get him field ready. Maryland John added that he appreciated the friendly personal service offered by Newton Crouch Inc.
Michael Carruth will be traveling to southwest Mississippi (cattle country) March 12 – 16 to train equipment operators on the 1250 gallon liquid applicator truck. This sprayer has Raven controls. Michael will calibrate the sprayer and then go through basic operations like rate control and section control. There are 2 videos about this unit on our website under Learn More – Liquid Equipment Videos. One video discusses the various features of the 1250 gallon unit and the other video explains the control valves. This makes Michael’s training more efficient because the customer can always review this information online.
Don’t forget to visit John at the Mid-South Farm & Gin Show. NCI will be located in the large exhibit hall in booth 333-335 along aisle B showing a row crop spreader outfitted with Raven precision components. Unfortunately Michael won’t be at the show this year because of a broken foot!