I would like to welcome everyone to our first quarterly newsletter. As the current COVID-19 situation has put face to face communication on hold, many companies, us included, were not fully prepared for virtual meetings, shows, and conferences. However, we have grown in the past few months and have put a considerable amount of resources into our digital presence. We are growing our presence through website design, dealer interaction, internet advertising, social media platforms, and mass email marketing.
Many of you have already experienced our weekly “Product Spotlights”. These spotlights are designed to keep everyone informed about our products, provide updated information, and share potential information about new products. We also plan to provide reminders about farm shows that we will be attending, as well as any early order programs or product specials. Dealers, please feel free to contact our marketing department with any ideas to help you better understand or promote our products.
In closing, I would like to thank everyone for staying attentive to Remlinger news and product information which I hope to be both beneficial and helpful. Feel free to share Remlinger news with friends and colleagues (click here to sign up). The newsletter and our weekly spotlights are a work in progress, so we are always receptive to feedback. Send us ideas, comments, or other items you would like to see included in our newsletter. We have been part of the farming community for over 50 years and look forward to serving your needs for many more years to come.
Remlinger Manufacturing was featured for tillage day at Paul Martin & Sons grand reopening event in Napoleon at the end of August. We were excited to have the opportunity to begin seeing customers again! While we miss seeing everyone at farm shows, we have still been involved with online events including the Farm Progress Virtual Experience. You can still view our dashboard here from the online show.
“The Remlinger 2300 No-Till Grain Drill has it all! Calibration is an ease with a firm but smooth movement of the meter lever and sprocket combinations. We have planted hybrid pearl millet, wheat, rye, ryegrass, and oats using the drill, which have their own desired seedbeds. The drill has created a great seedbed for all of them. The drills adjustments allow us to easily acquire the correct seed depth for the various field conditions that we plant while leaving a smooth planted field.
The coulter adjustment allows the operator to obtain the correct depth and pressure to plant in many field scenarios from heavy cover to clean fields where the coulters can easily be removed. Access to the seed bins and sturdiness of the platform gives the sense of safety during seed refills, coming from a place that has operations ranging from older teenagers to an operator in their 80’s. The drill is built to be tough, the components are made well, and the operation is simple. With the quality of fabrication of this drill, I feel this drill is an excellent investment for our operation and its benefits are showing in the small grains that we have sown.”