The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation and I are very excited about using the Haybuster 77 Seed Drill
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (PRWEB) October 27, 2008
"We are very excited to have Daytona 500 Winner Ward Burton using the 77 Seed Drill as a member of the Haybuster family," said Al Goehring, Haybuster Marketing Manager. "Our shared commitment to wildlife preservation made the decision to partner with Ward and his wildlife foundation very easy. The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation has served as a model of conservation across the nation, and Ward will increase awareness of the important role Haybuster products can play in many conservation efforts."
Ward Burton and his foundation are leaders in environmental education and advocacy, resource protection, and habitat restoration. The Haybuster 77 Seed Drill gives Burton a versatile tool that he can use with all his conservation practices - to reduce pollution, improve water quality, restore habitat, and replenish the land often taken away by development.
"The Ward Burton Wildlife Foundation and I are very excited about using the Haybuster 77 Seed Drill," said Burton. "It's a simple one stop shop application for anything we want to do. We don't have to plow and we don't have to disc. It does such a great job for the wildlife, and it helps conserve our environment because we do not create erosion. It's a great product. We use it religiously every spring and fall."
Since 1966, Haybuster Agricultural Products, a DuraTech Industries Company, has been producing agricultural equipment in an effort to continually increase productivity and savings for farmers and ranchers. Customers can choose from a selection of balebusters, drills, tub grinders, vertical mixers and a rock picker. DuraTech Industries International, Inc. is headquartered in Jamestown, ND. DuraTech manufactures more than 25 agricultural and industrial products, which are marketed worldwide through a network of 600 dealers. For more information, visit http://www.haybuster.com.
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