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New York dairy saved by a PCE Boat

A New York dairy farm takes a chance and purchases a PCE Agitation Boat instead of hiring an excavation crew to clean out a lagoon full of solids. Read their experience in the Watertown Daily Times… […]

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Remote-Controlled Manure Handling

Puck Custom Enterprises (PCE) featured two remote-controlled manure nutrient management tools at the recent North American Manure Expo in Prairie du Sac, WI. Ben Puck, president and founder of the Manning, IA-based company, demonstrated the Manure Lagoon Agitation Boat. […]

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There’s an APP for Crap

Concerned about the cost of operating and monitoring drag hose systems, the cost of unexpected pump shutdowns, and the cost of labor for each drag hose crew? There are now mobile apps to help deal with that as long as there is reliable cellphone coverage to support it. […]

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The Smell of Money

Manure lost some of its displeasing odor in 2008 when soaring fertilizer prices pressed crop producers to find more economical ways to apply nutrients. Prices are on the rise again, and this time, manure may be even more attractive due to efficient and cost-effective application methods. […]

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Iowa Venture Award 2010

The Iowa Venture Award is presented to Iowa companies which have made significant contributions to Iowa’s economy through leadership, innovation and the creation of job opportunities. […]

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Puck Family Expanding Their 30 Year-Old-Business

The Pucks have operated a liquid manure
application business for 30 years, annually
handling millions of gallons of manure
for area hog producers. They are now in
the process of constructing a 15,000 sq. ft.
building to expand the fabrication and
assembly of equipment they make for
handling liquid manure. […]

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