Specializing in Drag Hose Application
At Upper Midwest Pumping we offer timely, professional, and sought-after manure application services.
Running multiple crews, utilizing our own equipment, having miles of hose, and operating with enough pumps to effectively reach far fields, we are your leading source for efficient manure pumping. At Upper Midwest Pumping we understand the ins and outs of the agricultural industry as well as manure handling. As such, we’ve opted to specialize in drag hose application, which reduces the need for continuous back-and-forth travel – in turn, reducing overall work time and field disturbance.
Operating with a maximum 8" diameter hose and large pumps we are able to efficiently move as many gallons of liquid manure as possible per hour. Paired with that, we run two crews, and operate 24-hours a day throughout spring and fall. Just like the farm owners we serve, our work day doesn’t end when the sun goes down.
At Upper Midwest Pumping we are able to successfully serve dairy, beef, and hog operations of any size - from small family-run farms to large corporate enterprises. Contact us to arrange one-time or on-going manure pumping services.
- Minnesota Licensed & Insured
- 40+ Years of Combined Manure Handling Experience (and that’s just between the two owners)
- Member of Minnesota Custom Manure Applicators Association
Why Use the Drag Hose Application Method vs. Other Manure Application Methods:
- It's a One-Step Process – the entire manure pumping process can be completed in one application - applying and chiseling happen simultaneously.
- There's Less Road Time – once the system is set up all of the remaining work is completed directly on the owner's property.
- Allows for Less Field Compaction – Using a hose versus a heavy manure tank reduces overall field compaction, allowing your soil to retain more of its porousness and moisture content.
- Produces an Even Application – Unlike with manure tanks that produce fluctuating pressure levels as the tank empties, our drag hose method produces constant pressure over the entire field.
- And last but not least – Less Foul Odor – a plus for everyone involved, including your neighbors.