About Us

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Joe & Cheryl Henry
In 1992, Joe and Cheryl Henry were married and bought a small farm in Asbury, MO.  With a farming background, a farming future was the only thing that seemed satisfying.  In 1996 they contracted with Butterball and built  54,000 bird capacity turkey farm.  Growing turkeys was a great way to be able to stay on the farm and raise a family. In 2004, they bought a second turkey farm near Carthage, MO.  There was not a good litter market established in that area and selling litter within a few miles of that farm proved to be challenging.  The solution came with the purchase of the first tractor trailer capable of moving litter to the litter market.  As soon as that rig was up and running, it was busy, and busy has not stopped since.
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Our Company

Our employees are what make our company work.  Each one and their family is a part of our family. We strive to have employees with positive attitudes that enjoy being here and working with each other.  Positive attitudes are contagious and once in awhile, we might accidentally spread that to a customer. 

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Our Equipment

We are constantly upgrading equipment, whether its trucks, trailers, spreaders or cleanout equipment and spend many hours maintaining and cleaning equipment.  It is very important to us that when we pull onto your farm you realize immediately that you have contacted the right people.

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From Poultry to Grain Producers

We depend on poultry producers from all over NW Arkansas and SW Missouri for our litter supply.  Our goal is to service the same poultry farms year after year.  This allows the poultry producer to work with someone that they trust, and therefore, know that they are getting paid for every ton that leaves their farm.  This also ensures us that we are purchasing clean, dry and proper-age poultry litter.

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Litter Application

The most valuable litter in the world is worthless without the proper application.  High floatation and the latest in mapping, steering, and variable rate helps us with this, but the real difference is experienced operators.