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“These awards recognize your company's overall safety record in Missouri, as well as individual plant crews that achieved superior safety records,” wrote Morgan Mundell, Executive Manager of the Missouri Limestone Producers Association (MLPA) in a recent letter to the Delta Companies Inc... Continue reading this article
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Terrah Stratton is the Sales Representative for our aggregate and asphalt paving materials operations in Poplar Bluff and Dexter, Missouri. She has a background in marketing and business management and holds certifications as a Firearms Instructor (multi-state), NRA Instructor, Pedorthist (there wil... Continue reading this article
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The fifth in a series of articles by Neal Kinsey with KinseyAg aimed at helping growers improve both crop and livestock nutrition by improving the productivity of the soil. The Aerobic Zone When considering how to build up soil fertility, the most important zone to consider is the aerobic zone... Continue reading this article
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Demonstrating a strong commitment to a sustainable industry, employee safety and health, the environment, communities where they mine, and the industry, Delta Companies Inc. received numerous awards and recognition at the Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers’ (IAAP) annual convention on... Continue reading this article
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The fourth in a series of articles by Neal Kinsey with KinseyAg aimed at helping growers improve both crop and livestock nutrition by improving the productivity of the soil. Can You Use Too Much Lime? Perhaps the most frequently asked question by those using our soil fertility program is, "Can ... Continue reading this article
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There is an adage regarding process improvement – find the chokepoint, eliminate it, and then find the next one. That is exactly the recipe our aggregates team has been following at the Heartland Materials Quarry, a limestone quarry purchased in October 2017. The Quarry is in Jackson, Missour... Continue reading this article
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The third in a series of articles by Neal Kinsey with KinseyAg aimed at helping growers improve both crop and livestock nutrition by improving the productivity of the soil. Loss of nutrients to water During each growing season, in certain agricultural cropping areas, rainfall can be heavy to ... Continue reading this article
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The second in a series of articles by Neal Kinsey with KinseyAg aimed at helping growers improve both crop and livestock nutrition by improving productivity in the soil. In a survey conducted some years ago, farmers were asked whether they believed that soil testing was something that should be... Continue reading this article
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The first in a series of articles by Neal Kinsey with KinseyAg aimed at helping growers improve both crop and livestock nutrition by improving productivity in the soil. What kind of soil fertility should the average farmer or grower expect to have? Most farmers have land that has been in prod... Continue reading this article
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Aggregate Operator, Heartland Materials Quarry Being a “safety guy” is nothing new to Paul Hudson. He was a First Responder for eight years with a previous employer in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, receiving extensive safety training and participating in monthly mock-emergency drills. Pau... Continue reading this article
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