Bazooka Farmstar showcases Renegade agitation trailer

Trailer-bound agitation solution is compact, making transport and set up on the job site quick and simple.

January 27, 2022

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Bazooka Farmstar

At the 2022 Iowa Pork Congress held in Des Moines, Bazooka Farmstar showcased its latest addition to their agitation product category, the Renegade agitation trailer.

Over the last 45-plus years, the manure handling equipment manufacturer has been recognized primarily for delivering progressive solutions to the marketplace, specifically for the injection segment of the manure management process. Bazooka Farmstar has recently introduced its newest product category within the agitation segment. The first product introduced in the category was their dual articulating propeller-based Wolverine Series agitation boat. The Renegade agitation trailer follows suit from positive performance remarks received from early adopters. 

The Renegade has been designed in collaboration with experienced end-users to provide an agitation solution that is efficient and overall easy to use. This trailer-bound agitation solution is compact, making transport and set up on the job site quick and simple. The maneuverable, triple-section boom structure can reach a below-grade pumping depth of 14 feet. The trailer is equipped with two agitation nozzles that rotate 180 degrees and thoroughly agitate manure pits. The Renegade hits 2,900 gallons per minute with the standard configuration featuring a 15-inch Bazooka submersible pump, 173 horsepower John Deere engine and 125 cubic centimeters hydrostat motor.     

The Renegade's features and upgrades include an LED light halo complete with six lights total for 360-degree coverage around the trailer. The trailer has 13 square-foot of built-in storage on the front side for convenient parts and tool storage at the job site. From another convenience standpoint, all of the Renegade functions can operate remotely.

Source: Bazooka Farmstar, which is solely responsible for the information provided, and wholly owns the information. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset. The opinions of this writer are not necessarily those of Farm Progress/Informa.

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