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The Ag Krane Revolutionizing Agroindustry

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 2:00 AM CST, Wed, November 09,2016

Hereford, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 11/09/2016 -- Created in 1990 by Richard Schlabs, the Ag Krane was originally used in the Schlabs farm as a means to lift and transfer heavy items from place to place. Soon enough, the neighbors became acutely aware of the efficiency of such a product and began to borrow the Ag Krane for the work on their own farms. In this moment, Richard understood the necessity of such a product on every farm.

In a mere five years, The Ag Krane was being celebrated for its undeniable need in the realm of agricultural marketing. In 1995, the Ag Krane received the Technological and Innovative Excellence award from OEM Magazine.

The Ag Krane has undergone a wide array of changes before easing into the revolutionary design of today. Through field tests and assessments, the potential of the Ag Krane has been optimized—its ability to stack hay or displace objects around the farm is unmatched. Extremely versatile, it can hook onto any tractor and is very easy to attach and detach—in fact, the process can be done in a mere two minutes. The largest AG Krane can accommodate just about anything, including the largest four wheeler out there.

Starting from $3,070, the Ag Krane is less than a fifth of the price of your average front-end loader. The range of weight it can carry is from 4,000 to 19,000 pounds—this makes it about three times as efficient as most loaders. The products within the range of the Ag Krane are the Krane itself, bale movers, accessories and skid steer attachments—all at great value. Coming with a one year warranty on parts and labor, the Ag Krane's numbers can't be beat.

About Ag Krane
For almost thirty years, the Ag Krane has not only proved its value, but also has been a key player in agricultural products, providing some of the best service to farmers. Its revolutionary design and utilitarianism assure the Ag Krane a long continued history in its field.

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