Sullivan’s Turbo Fan – Dominant Motor Performance

Turbo
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– Sullivan’s TURBO Americas #1 Livestock Fan.
– Nothing matches the Turbo for Air POWER! The Turbo pushes are 5,560 feet per minute at an incredible 1,740 RPMs and in industry leading 8,453 CFM’s. This is 22% faster and harder than the other livestock fans. Keeping your livestock cool depends on providing a push of high velocity air power to your animal.
– The Dominant Motor Performance… We have over-engineered the Turbo motor for added performance. The premium Nidec-Emerson 1/2 HP sealed ball bearing motor features a very important component, a 10% larger internal stator and rotor stack for more horse power than standard 1/2 HP motors. This extra stack powers it to run faster than any other livestock fan that we know of. As an added benefit, the Turbo motor runs 11% cooler than competitors 1/2 HP Motors, this allows cooler air output from the Turbo.
– The Problem-Free guard… Built for Longevity! Constructed of extra-thick 7 gauge steel wire that is formed into a continuous one-piece spiral formation for reinforced strength that is not provided in other fans. This engineered craftsmanship has proven to create strength that is virtually crush-proof! Baked-on powder coat treatment for corrosion resistance and a clean appearance. No other fan guard withstands the rigors of the show road like the Turbo.
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SC Showdown – Scott City, Kansas Jackpot

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Grand Champion Steer
2015 Scott City, Kansas Jackpot Cattle Show
Sire: Monopoly
Raised By Frank Ward, Blaine Rodgers
Sold By Tracy Goretska, Matt Lautner Cattle, Jerrod Arthur, Dylan Evans
Congratulations to Andrew Hodges
Shared from Matt Lautner Cattle

Stock Show University – Arkansas Grad Program Kicks Off

A tremendous turn out this morning at the Stock Show University grad program in Ash Flat, Arkansas. Stay tuned for more coverage from this event.

IMG_3595 Professors Jeff Sargent, Jeremy Clark and Matt Loggains during the daily care demo.

 

IMG_3596 Master Professor Jeff Sargent speaking to the group during introductions.

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