GVM Incorporated hosted an open house, more commonly known as “Field Day” for customers to ride and drive its equipment, earn certification points for fertilizer, learn about newest technologies and see the newest combo unit, the E-Series Prowler.

This year, GVM presented its newest combo units, the E-Series Prowler. Built on the success of last year’s model, the E350 Prowler. In conjunction with customers’ suggestions, GVM launched this series to provide customers with an even bigger machine, even more operator comfort, more brawn to get through the roughest fields and more intelligence to eliminate down time. This year’s models feature the same, forward-mounted, Air Ride Cab with floor to ceiling glass, 32 inches of crop clearance, Variable Coil Spring Suspension, and electronic monitoring system providing machine diagnostic and gauges on a screen and AgriWAVE by GVM AgJunction. The series will feature three different models, to fit each customer’s specific needs, varying only in the drive train and wheelbase.

In addition to introducing its newest products and technologies, Field Day also gave customers an opportunity to ride and drive some of the industry’s leading equipment, including GVM Prowler and Predators, and AGCO’s SpraCoupes, visit with our vendors, including: Banjo, Mid State Tanks, Norwesco, Pacer Pumps, Raven, Schaeffer Oil,TeeJet and ZF Industries.

Customers also had an opportunity to earn certification points with Raven, and enjoy a catered lunch, and meet the GVM team. During our parade of equipment, Mark Anderson, president and owner, along with Tom Ulrich, GVM engineering and manufacturing manager introduced the GVM line-up and highlighted some key features of each machine. Paul Knecht, AGCO regional sales manager did the same for the AGCO line of equipment.

GVM’s Field Day is one of their biggest days of the year. President and Owner, Mark Anderson, remarks, “Field Days are always an exciting event for us, they give us a day to show our appreciation for our customers, to listen to what they have to say and to also let them know what they can expect from GVM in the future.”