We are an Oregon based heavy equipment contracting company specializing in agricultural land clearing solutions. Utilizing unique equipment and processes, we eliminate the need for commonly practiced land clearing methods that require heavy traffic, grubbing, piling, hauling, and burning of material. Our processes mulch and rotivate vegetation, stumps, and roots right back into the soil at depths up to twelve inches. These processes work exceptionally well for the removal of orchards, nursery stock, blueberries, and overgrown Christmas tree plots – as well as common brush and invasives found throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Ag Spray Inc. has been serving the Pacific Northwest Ag Industry for over 40 years. We specialize in high quality surfactants that enable extreme versatility within all applications. With our years of experience, we are dedicated to you our customers. Your success means our success, and we will always strive to help your needs.
Anderson Hay’s strong dedication to teamwork applies just as much to our customer relationships. We do our utmost to make doing business with us a first-rate experience. Our relations with customers worldwide continue to prosper, enhanced by strong ties to key government officials home and abroad.
With strategically-based port facilities in the Western United States, orders of all sizes and destinations can be shipped quickly and efficiently. Anderson Hay’s dedicated staff make sure all steps, from traceability and inventory management to processing and transportation, are done specifically to fill each customers’ needs.
Our commitment to operational expertise also manifests itself in our application of advanced technology and our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Anderson Hay has built our business on looking to the future with a clear eye on its changing demands. Anderson Hay is committed to fulfilling our long-established promises to each and every customer. We take to heart the rapid change in a complex, global market, and guarantee that our customers will always receive reliable, friendly service, on-time delivery and consistently superior products, today and into the future.
Bill Schendel has spent years in the agricultural industry; he grew up around it. He’s been behind the wheel of tractors, sprayers, and more; he’s built sprayers and various pieces of farm equipment. Like all agriculturalists … he’s modified it!!
A transition from cultivating, producing and harvesting to selling agriculture tires and wheels that would perform in the ways the farming community needed, created a welcome challenge for Bill. He loves to be the ONE that can come up with the solutions. Taking in all factors: current equipment, needed outcome, and of course, budget — Bill works at creating the best solution for your unique needs.
If you know Bill, then you know that he never stops trying to find improvements for the agriculturalists. Therefore, he has even added tire protectant (Tire Life), tire puncture sealer (PSF Plus) and tire lubricant (Lube-Zit) to his array of solution options.
At Bontera we care deeply about helping growers produce the crops needed to feed the world’s ever-increasing population and about protecting our natural resources. These two strands are woven together in our commitment to developing safe, effective solutions for sustainable agriculture.
Boshart Trucking, Inc. was created in 1983 by brothers Gene and Stan Boshart (pronounced ‘BOSS-Heart’), and began operations January 1, 1984. Before they created this company, three Boshart brothers, Gene, Stan, and Richard, all farmed together in 1977 to follow in their father’s footsteps. The farming operation grew ryegrass, clover, and wheat. Trucks were added to the farm for the seasonal harvest. In the fall of 1983, it was decided that Richard would continue with the farm operations and Gene and Stan would focus on the trucking and thus started Boshart Trucking, Inc.
In the beginning of the Willamette Valley straw market, many important principles were missing: quality, container weights, varieties, grades, schedules, and payments. Customers did not know what straw producers needed and straw producers did not know what Japan and, eventually, Korea needed. It took a lot of sorting out. Boshart Trucking was part of the problem and part of the solution. Farmers, balers, truckers, pressing companies, and customers were in constant turmoil because each thought they were the most important.
Farmers just wanted the straw off the field, balers wanted to get paid, truckers were few, presses and exporters did little to assure farmers, balers, and trucks they would get paid. Customers did not know how much or what was available. In spring of 1992, Stan called a meeting with farmers, balers, storage, and a press broker he was in contact with. Each one could not or would not be responsible for removing straw, paying the baler, truckers, or storage people. In that meeting, it was decided that Stan would be allowed to do all of it: pay balers, do quality control, remove straw in a timely manner, keep dry, and deliver to the press. That began a relationship with the farmers and the acres they farmed.
Bratney Companies is a leading design, engineering and equipment supplier to the seed and processing industries. We provide the very best in processing, product handling, dust control, weighing, packaging, and palletizing equipment. We represent Cimbria and Concetti to offer customers state-of-the-art applications.