Located in Blumenort, MB, David Grienke, and his team farm their land for their premium value straw product, HealthiStraw, in addition to running a custom baling business, Skyline Harvest. They aim to do 10,000 bales per stacker, per year. David has been relying on...
Brothers, Ross and Kory Littlefield, farm 5,000 acres of alfalfa, wheat, sesame, and soybeans in Oklahoma. Last season, they implemented the Dash Complete Trailer System on their farm, and they were blown away by the results. Before the Dash system, the Littlefield...
A Canadian company’s latest dive into haying equipment promises to vastly improve the speed of haying, while saving up to three-quarters of the fuel a producer would normally put through the tractor.
At up to 54 feet per pass, PhiBer Manufacturing’s Triple Cutter tool bar promises far faster haying and far less fuel PhiBer Manufacturing out of Crystal City, Man., is no stranger to innovation; it is, in fact, one of the things it’s built its brand on.
The Animal and Livestock Category showcases new technology that assists in the health and well-being of livestock including feed, harvesting, and processing. This year's winner was PhiBer Manufacturing out of Crystal City, Manitoba for their Triple Cutter Tool Bar.
“Farmers can really reduce their footprint on the field by accumulating the bales on the go and dropping them in pre-selected locations, grouping them together and reducing that field traffic,” he said.
Designed to reduce loading time by up to 50%, Case IH’s new lineup of large square baler accumulators are fully automatic and able to dump multiple uniform bales whenever the accumulator reaches capacity.
To provide more options for livestock producers, Case IH is adding a lineup of large square baler accumulators to its hay and forage equipment portfolio.
With only limited good spraying days and plenty of acres to cover, efficiency is critical when it comes to spraying. Driving faster often comes with increased risks and reduced product efficacy, so the best place to make up ground? Reducing the time spent filling.
It’s a concept that came out of a desire to shorten their own on-farm sprayer fill times, explained Phil Friesen, owner of Crystal City, Manitoba-based PhiBer Manufacturing and farmer. He described the idea behind the creation of the PhiBer Dash tank mixing system as...
Phiber Manufacturing is showcasing its Dash Delivery System it says can increase sprayer productivity by significantly reducing fill times.
An aligned agreement with PhiBer Manufacturing will make a Large Square Bale Accumulator available to John Deere Dealers and Frontier Equipment.