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Wieser Concrete brings expertise to Farm Show

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Wieser Concrete, the precast concrete specialists, will be at the Agri News Farm Show March 23 and 24 on the Olmsted County fairgrounds.

The 64-year-old company offers a wide range of concrete products.

Those products include bunker silos, slated floor manure storage systems, manure storage, grain storage and hog slats.

Wieser’s dri-cast slats are unmatched in strength. The company backs that commitment with a 10-year warranty.

The company has an exclusive dri-cast method of manufacturing that is unique in the industry. Unlike conventional poured slats, Wieser’s machine-made slats offer consistent quality for smoothness, finish and texture. The quality control offered by the process means longer slat life.

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Wieser’s slatted floor systems give producers all the benefits of mechanized manure handling without the problems.

Regular cattle slats are available in 8-, 10- or 12-foot sections. The panels can be cut to accommodate odd dimension layouts. Pump-out sections for in-barn agitation and pumping can be strategically located.

Wieser bunker silos offer economical, large volume storage capacity, the lowest cost per ton silage storage, the lowest initial investment and the lowest annual fixed cost of any storage system. The modular constructed units can be erected to meet any farm’s requirements in any length and width in 5-, 6-, 8.6- 10-, 12- and 16-foot heights.

The panels have reinforced ribs to provide strength without the cost and weight of full-thickness panels.

Wieser can offer the right grain storage solution. The modular constructed unit can be erected to meet any requirement from round, square, rectangular and octagonal in 5-, 6-, 8.6- 10-, 12- and 16-foot heights. The sites and sizes can be changed with ease.

Check out these and other Wieser products at the farm show.

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