Potato Grower

June 2017

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WWW.POTATOGROWER.COM 13 THE BEST PRODUCTS • THE BEST SERVICE • THE BEST PRICE Celebrating 35 Years! SINCE 1982 GEAR BOXES • FAFNIR BEARINGS • ROLLERS HYDRAULICS • BELTED CHAIN BELTING • SPROCKETS A U T H O R I Z E D D E A L E R F O R ® Liquid Handling Products SUPERIOR CHAIN, INC. Minnesota Beltway USA 208-356-4317 1217 S. RAILROAD AVE • SUGAR CITY, ID 83448 TILLAGE • ELECTRIC MOTORS Your New Newhouse Dealer Your New Newhouse Dealer 164106MauWel12v.indd 1 12/20/16 3:26 PM Anuvia Adds Staff Anuvia Plant Nutrients recently named Chuck Barber and Josh Long to its expanding team of professionals. Anuvia Plant Nutrients, an environmentally sustainable plant nutrient company, manufactures enhanced effi ciency slow- release plant nutrient products for turf and agriculture markets by using a unique innovative patented technology. Barber will work with Anuvia's customer accounts in the turf markets. Long will manage agricultural sales in the southeastern U.S., including the Delta states and Texas. Yara Adds New Facility Yara's terminal in West Sacramento, Calif., was offi cially welcomed March 21 as Yara North America's newest U.S. facility. While continually operational since Yara purchased the West Sacramento facility from Agrium in December 2015, the event acknowledged the transition of the terminal to a fully integrated Yara site. Immediately after acquiring the facility, Yara converted the former UAN production plant into an import terminal for UAN and urea. Most recent improvements include completely re- skinning the urea warehouse, utilizing energy-effi cient translucent panels to allow natural light to enter. Shown at the ribbon cutting for Yara's West Sacramento terminal are (left to right) Steve Rodgers, vice president of supply and planning for Yara North America (YNA); West Sacramento mayor pro tem Mark Johannessen; Ron Garcia, YNA regional facilities manager of the western region; YNA president Magnus Ankarstrand; and Martin Tuttle, West Sacramento city manager. Josh Long Chuck Barber

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