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Jason Mayer

Missouri Farmer Always on the Lookout for Efficiency Gains Module harvesters and Cyclone mower making a difference in Jason Mayer’s bottom line. When Jason Mayer was still in high school, he was farming with his uncle Kenneth, who had taken over the family farm. The economics of the small farm would not sustain them both, so Jason enrolled at Mississippi State University. After graduating with degrees in Business and Agricultural...

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MJ30-920 Major Cyclone Justin Littleton John Deere 8R280 cotton Parma Missouri

Justin Littleton

From Swampland to Fertile Missouri Farm Ground 30-ft Cyclone Cutter creates efficiencies for Justin Littleton in Parma, MO Parma, Missouri is located in the Little River Drainage District in Southeast Missouri. Once covered in water and trees, the state of Missouri acquired the land through The Swamp Land Act of 1850 for agricultural use. A grid of levees and ditches were created, eventually draining the 500,000 acres of swamp that...

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20ft Major Cyclone Georgia cotton farmer Clegg Griggs Unadilla GA

Clegg Griggs

Dooly County Farmer Takes Efficiencies to Heart New 20-ft Cyclone Shredder returning dividends in the heart of Georgia cotton country Central Georgia farmer Clegg Griggs admits he obsesses over everything, especially about making efficiencies on his 2,000-acre holding in Dooly County. “We farm on a landscape of small rolling hills with very little flat ground across our geography,” says Griggs. “I deal with terraces, waterways, and washes. I move dirt...

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Perry McNatt, McNatt Farms, Elkmont Alabama, cotton, Major Cyclone 30ft

Perry McNatt

New Shredder Pushes Efficiencies for Alabama Farmer Fifth-generation farmer, Perry McNatt appreciates his family’s farming history, but understands the benefits new technologies and equipment, like the 30-ft Major Cyclone, deliver to keep him profitable.  The Elk River originates in Tennessee and carves a 195-mile meandering southwest path flowing past Limestone County cotton farmer Perry McNatt’s land before flowing into the Tennessee River at Wheeler Lake in Alabama. This year,...

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Stephen Gertson

Improving Ratoon Crop in Extended Drought Major Cyclone 30-ft shredder allows Gertsons to increase efficiency managing rice stubble leading to improved ratoon crop in Texas rice belt. Fourth generation Wharton County, Texas, rice farmer and cattleman Stephen Gertson kicks the dirt next to his farm shop in Lissie, Texas, and watches a small plume of dust drift off in the wind. The land is flat. There are very few trees...

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Sam Stanley

Major Cyclone Delivers Efficiency Gains for Cotton Grower Sam Stanley purchased a Major Cyclone Rotary Cutter to chop cotton stalks on his 2,350-acre farm outside Levelland, Texas. The 30-ft Cyclone covers 10 rows in one pass, giving him 20% more coverage in one day with one less tractor and driver for immediate savings on his operation. Texas cotton producer Sam Stanley approaches farming with keen calculation. Being inefficient is not...

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MJ31-280 Koteles Farms asparagus crop residue Ontario Canada Bill Koteles

Koteles Farms

Major Cyclone is Fit for the King of Vegetables The Major Cyclone turns woody asparagus into fine mulch, thereby improving crop performance for Koteles Farms in Ontario, Canada. Asparagus farming is a year-round management process for Koteles Farms Inc. The fourth-generation farming family harvests fresh asparagus spears from late April to the end of July. The rest of the year is spent on weed control, growing asparagus crowns grown from...

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MJ30-630 Major Cyclone cover crops vidalia onion farmer Aries Haygood Lyons Georgia John Deere Lasseter Equipment

Aries Haygood

Cover Crops and Shredder Central to Georgia Farmer’s Diverse Cropping System   Lyons, Georgia farmer and Chairperson of the Vidalia Onion Committee Aries Haygood is all smiles when he harvests 750 acres of the Vidalia onions from his sandy soils in east central Georgia. Onions are Haygood’s winter cash crop. “We plant our onion seed beds in September. All our seed is grown in a confined area, and we’ll start...

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2.5m Major Cyclone Medel Orchards ontario apples orchard floor maintenance

Medel Orchards

Major Cyclone is the Apple of Medel Orchards’ Eye Investment in new 9-ft Major Cyclone at E&B Medel Orchards improves quality and productivity, ensuring the third-generation fruit farm in Ontario retains its reputation for the next generation. “Quality of product is dominant in everything we do. This is a complete way of life for our entire family. We love what we do and it shows in our harvested fruit products,”...

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Scott Brothers Farms

Balancing crops to demand and rotation guides Scott Brothers Farms toward growth Major Cyclone helps family save over $2800 alone this year. When brothers Wyatt and Frank Scott returned home to their Lucama, North Carolina family farm after earning degrees from NC State University in 2016, they planted 18 acres of sweet potatoes. This year, 200 acres of the root vegetable will be hand harvested off of 46” beds and...

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