We are proud to have The Lee Greenley memorial research center as a customer of ours. The farm recently bought Gallagher tumble wheels for their cattle operation that uses electric fence.
The Greenley Center was established when Hortense Greenley donated the 700-acre farm to the University. The major objective of the center is to evaluate efficient, profitable crop production in northern Missouri while emphasizing soil conservation, water quality and energy efficiency.
Researchers study the benefits of reduced tillage, alternative cropping practices, the effects of new technology and products, variety testing, soil fertility and beef cattle backgrounding. Studies on water quality and the environmental impact of crop production are being implemented.
We are looking forward to hearing from them and how they work on the farm!.