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!
For 52 YEARS the National Farm Machinery Show has given farmers a look at the newest innovations in agriculture. This year John Crouch will have equipment, brochures and lots of smiles so come by the Newton Crouch Inc. booth, tell John you saw this posting and get a free hat! The show is held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, KY from Wednesday, Feb 14 to Saturday, Feb 17.
The Georgia Young Farmers Association will have its 2018 Annual Convention in Braselton, Georgia at the Chateau Elan Winery & Resort. Farmers and agribusiness leaders will attend. GYFA promotes adult agricultural education thru seminars and meetings. It helps members keep abreast of farming techniques, risk management, water management and legislative issues. Brian Crosby of Newton Crouch Inc. will attend the meeting.