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CubicFarms Announced Hydrogreen Installation in Utah

Hydrogreen Utah

CubicFarm Systems Corp.’s livestock feed subsidiary, HydroGreen Inc., has successfully installed two sprouted-grain feed machines for Jim Cheney Inc. in Utah. Cheney Farms can now feed their own and neighboring cattle with the sprouted grain, producing up to 1,150 dry matter pounds per day. The investment is intended to expand the cattle ranch and improve the quality and consistency of the ration, enhancing animal productivity and increasing stocking densities. HydroGreen’s sprouted-grain feed has proven to be a high-performance feed ingredient in high demand, especially in the Intermountain West region in the US.

The installation of HydroGreen’s DGS 66 machines to Cheney Farms is part of the Company’s global pipeline of potential machine sales contracts. CubicFarm Systems Corp. has already installed 24 machines, and with another 19 projects in the pipeline, they continue to see strong demand for HydroGreen’s solution. HydroGreen’s President, John de Jonge, stated that the Company’s focus on research and development had enabled them to explore the potential applications of sprouted-grain feed for ruminant livestock, resulting in high-quality sprouted grain forage in the tonnage they need.

The success of HydroGreen’s sprouted-grain feed in Cheney Farms has garnered a lot of attention and intensified awareness, particularly in the Intermountain West region in the US, where the demand for their technology is vital. The investment in HydroGreen’s technology by Cheney Farms is expected to improve the quality and consistency of the ration, enhance animal productivity, and increase stocking densities. CubicFarm Systems Corp. continues to innovate and develop its agricultural technology to meet the growing demand for sustainable food production.

Utah Still Affected By Previous Summer Drought Despite Heavy Snow

According to ABC4 Utah, Utah is currently facing a severe drought, with approximately 50% of the state classified as D2-severe drought. The drought has significant implications for the state’s environment, agriculture, and water resources, as it can lead to crop damage, water shortages, and other adverse impacts. The drought conditions have caused concern for the state’s residents and businesses, and many have taken steps to conserve water and reduce their water usage. The state government has also taken measures to address the drought, such as implementing water restrictions and encouraging water conservation practices. However, the severity of the drought and its potential long-term impacts remain a significant concern for the state of Utah.

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