Ultra Scoop Testimonial from Hoffman Grain Services
UPDATE: Over 75 million bushels and counting
(We recently ran into Rory and were happy to learn that he is now up to 75 million bushels of grain and counting that has been picked up by his Ultra Scoop that he purchased over 10 years ago. Sudenga's Scoops are built to withstand the test of time.)
ORIGINAL CHAIN, PADDLES AND GEAR BOX CAN STILL BE FOUND ON THIS ULTRA SCOOP FROM SUDENGA BOUGHT IN 2007 BY HOFFMAN GRAIN SERVICES
PLAINVIEW, NEBRASKA - Rory Hoffman of Hoffman Grain Services in Nebraska purchased his current Ultra Scoop, known to his customers as the Corn Hog, from Sudenga Industries eight years ago. Since then he has run over 60 million bushels of wheat, beans, corn, milo and canola through the tractor mounted chain conveyor.
“The Ultra Scoop is very well designed. For the amount of grain that has ran through my machine it still has the original chain, paddles and gear box in it. I have just done the normal routine maintenance and up keep to keep it running smoothly,” Hoffman said.
The Ultra Scoop from Sudenga is a forty foot, inclined, tractor mounted chain conveyor that can pick up flat storage piles at capacities of 20,000 bushels per hour. It can load a waiting 1,000 bushel grain trailer in as little as three minutes.
“I have run over 60 million bushels and counting through it. The Ultra Scoop has not only impressed me, but my customers as well, with the speed in which we can pick up grain,” Hoffman said.
Hoffman Grain Service is based out of Plainview, Nebraska. They have been in business for 15 years and specialize in piling and reclaiming surplus grain for their customers in a seven state area. They have been purchasing Sudenga Scoops since 1994.
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“I have run over 60 million bushels and counting through it. The Ultra Scoop has not only impressed me, but my customers as well, with the speed in which we can pick up grain."