From Nov. 20 – Dec. 20, CropLife IRON accepted votes on its Web site for these five worthy entries. In all, almost 600 ballots were cast during this time frame, with four of the five finalists receiving more than 100 votes apiece. In the end, however, Miller-St. Nazianz’s HydraLink Suspension received almost half these votes. The company was awarded the top prize at the Wisconsin Crop Production Association meeting on Jan. 16 in Madison, WI.
“I’m honored to accept the Product of the Year trophy on behalf of our company and the HydraLink,” said John W. Miller, Miller-St. Nazianz vice president, at the ceremony. “This is a great honor for all our employees and designers.”