Valley Dropspan Gives Irrigators Low-Cost Water Flexibility

Valley Dropspan Gives Irrigators Low-Cost Water Flexibility

Easy attachment and detachment makes center pivot irrigation capable of bypassing field obstacles.

Valley Irrigation's new DropSpan allows growers to irrigate additional acres with a center pivot by "dropping" spans upon arriving at a large obstruction in a field, allowing the center pivot to continue irrigating.

The addition to Valley's "Bender" family is designed for 15-minute attachment or detachment and includes integrated electrical connections, shut-off valves, the ability to add an end-gun to the inner span, and easy span alignment -- all with no tools.

In addition to the DropSpan, the Bender160, Bender30, and corner machines from Valley can irrigate additional acres for a low investment.

New DropSpan design from Valley Irrigation allows growers to irrigate around major obstructions by "dropping" or picking up a span in an existing center pivot-equipped field.

For more information on the DropSpan, contact your local Valley dealer or visit www.valleyirrigation.com.

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