AFTER SEASON PROTOCOLS TO IMPLEMENT FOR AG HOSE

Over the last three years, rising costs have impacted bottom lines for businesses worldwide. Manure applicators, specifically, have seen a surge in the cost of labor, materials, fuel and equipment as operational expenses continue to rise. Producers are also dealing with the same increases, as well as a rise in the market price of commercial […]

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In lieu of conventional forestry hoses, BullDog’s Super Marshall™ provides a superior alternative for many fire departments.  Unlike traditional woven jacketed forestry hose, Super Marshall™ is constructed with nitrile-rubber.  Why is this better? First, due to the unique construction, Super Marshall™ does not require washing or drying and it is impervious to mildew.  With severe […]

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  When it comes to interior attack hose for structural firefighting, there’s a lot at stake.  After all, other than a handline nozzle on one end and a water pump on the other, everything in between – most importantly, the firefighter – depends on the best fire hose possible. Unfortunately, sometimes cost (or price) considerations […]

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Through the United States Antarctic Program (USAP), the National Science Foundation (NSF), manages all U.S. scientific research and related logistics in Antarctica as well as aboard ships in the Southern Ocean. To achieve the USAP science goals, NSF operates three U.S. scientific stations year-round on the continent. Located on the Ross Sea, McMurdo Station is […]

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Irrigation is a crucial input for those that require its use. As infrequent weather makes it unreliable for crops to access water, irrigation should be a reliable source right? The answer to that question depends on the equipment and irrigation method being used. In the case of traveler irrigation systems, the most important piece of […]

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