2019 Ag Scholarship Winners Announced

ADI is pleased to announce its 2019 Ag Scholarships are being awarded to four exceptional individuals in recognition of their excellence in academic endeavors, outstanding involvement in the agriculture community and in support of their plans to pursue continuing education and a career in agriculture. This year’s winners are: Ryan BerryHancock CountyWarsaw High School Philip …

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2018 ADI Adams County, Illinois Ag Scholarship Presentation

ADI Offers Six $1,000 Ag Scholarships

ADI Offers Six $1,000 Agriculture Scholarships Ag Drainage Inc. (ADI) is proud to offer six $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have demonstrated an interest in agriculture or related fields. Scholarships will be awarded in the Illinois counties of Adams, Brown, Ford, Hancock, Pike and Schuyler. One scholarship will be awarded per county. …

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ADI Completes 900 Acre System in South Carolina

One of the largest contiguous farm drainage projects to be completed in the United States was installed by Ag Drainage Inc. (ADI). Located in Marion County, South Carolina, the more than 900 acre farm is now easier to plant, manage and harvest.   Installing a complete subsurface drainage system meant the elimination of countless, excessive …

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Grant Helps ADI Train Workers & Improve Safety

Ag Drainage Inc. (ADI) has established a training system at its Golden, Illinois facility thanks to a grant from the Workforce Investment Board of Western Illinois. The funding allows ADI to improve current workers skills, streamline processes and add extra safety training. Training sessions are being conducted by John Wood Community College and the Illinois …

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Good Isn’t Good Enough

Splitting laterals that were originally placed too far apart at 60’ to 100’ spacings is old news. It’s been going on for decades. By 2002, ADI had already split 95% of the systems they had installed in the early 1980s. These necessary improvements often took projects down to 30’ and 40’ spacings. The latest evolution …

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