On February 1st, 2016, the Hefty Brothers will be putting on another famous AgPhD Tiling Clinic at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, ND. The knowledgeable team from Crary Tile Pro will be on site to talk about their Tile Pro plows, stringer trailers, GPS hardware and best practices for field water management. They will also be presenting on AMW’s agricultural software, including the Ditch, Pipe and WaterCourse applications for surface and subsurface design and installation.
This clinic be open from 9am to 3pm, with lunch included. RSVP, information and directions are available here.
By John Wagner
“Twenty inches of rain, since the first of June,” Adam Herre told me, on June 19th, 2015. Fortunately, Herre Farms of Rensselaer, Indiana, had invested in a Wolverine Extreme ditcher equipped with AMW Machine Control’s Ditch software. They planned and built their waterways in 2014.
Last fall, Adam mapped the elevation of his farm, then had surface depression models and flow paths built by AgRePlan. He went out to the field and connected the depressions along natural flows following the model maps to several outlets. So I asked Adam this morning, “How does it look? And what is the outcome after surface draining the farm?”
In the world of GPS-based data collection and precision machine control, 25 years is a lifetime.
AMW Machine Control, Inc. is proud of our humble beginnings in 1987, and excited to further our goal of offering efficiency and accuracy to the agricultural, construction and waste management industries. Our accomplishments include:
1987 – Alan and Mark Williams begin software production with Topo, an electronic total station-based data collection tool. Their partnership is the precursor to the AMW Machine Control, Inc. of 2015 and beyond.