The OTTPA is proud to announce BRAUNGARDT AG as the newest sponsor of the Outlaws for the 2020 pulling season.
“Through our new partnership with OTTPA, Braungardt Ag Services is looking forward to building and developing relationships with Outlaw members and fans”. We are a family owned agricultural business that focuses on the needs of farmers in an ever-changing market.
Our business model differs from the typical retailer, we work with every major chemical manufacturer as well as generic companies. Our diversity in the crop protection market allows us to service a large area of the Midwest. This presents unique opportunities for us to combine products that are both the best agronomically as well as the most cost-effective.
As a full service facility we provide access to seed from Stine, Agrigold and Lewis Hybrids. We offer chemical and fertilizer application in Northeast Missouri and aerial helicopter application of fungicides covering Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa.
We strive to be the best in the industry in product knowledge and service. As every year is different, we have the ability to adapt to the season to ensure that every farm’s needs are met. We would appreciate the opportunity and encourage you to give us the chance to work with you when your making crop input decisions. Charles McCurdy – Braungardt Ag.
“Braungardt Ag. is a perfect fit for the Outlaws, our pullers, and fans. The competition is tough when describing Outlaw pulling, pullers have to be pro active and adapt to get an edge on the competition on the track. Braungardt has managed to achieve and maintain that edge with their drive to stay ahead of the competition and their unique business model that caters specifically to their customers. We are excited about the upcoming pulling season and we look forward to working with the good folks at Braungardt Ag.” Ron Stone – OTTPA
“This is our third year working with Braungardt Ag Services and couldn’t be happier. We switched from having all of our chemical and fertilizer custom applied to doing it ourselves. After a lot of shopping and pricing they were the cheapest and our customer service could not be better. The knowledge source is a huge help for us. We have a great relationship and look forward to a them being a great sponsor for Outlaw Pulling Association.”
-Customer testimony from Gary Porter, Mercer MO
The OTTPA is proud to announce CASE IH as the TITLE sponsor of the Outlaws for the “2020 Case IH Thunder in The Dirt Pulling Series”. The Outlaws are the premier pulling series throughout the Midwest with events from as far south as Texas to as far north as South Dakota pulling from June through September. Case IH Territory Sales Manager Tony Randall says “Case IH is excited to partner with the OTTPA, and is proud to be sponsoring the premier pulling organization in the Midwest”. Randall adds “we look forward to showcasing the Case IH brand in front of passionate pulling fans and showing our support for the sport of pulling to those fans and competitors”. Case IH is a global leader in agricultural equipment, committed to collaborating with its customers to develop the most powerful, productive, reliable equipment – designed to meet today’s agricultural challenges. Case IH has a network of dealers and distributors that operates in over 160 countries. Case IH provides agricultural equipment systems, flexible financial service offerings and parts and service support for professional farmers and commercial operators through a dedicated network of professional dealers and distributors. Productivity enhancing products include tractors; combines and harvesters; hay and forage equipment; tillage tools; planting and seeding systems; sprayers and applicators; site-specific farming tools. Kurt Van Beek: owner of the Outlaws says “The Outlaws are proud to promote the Case IH brand and we look forward to helping Case IH become the brand of choice for Outlaw pullers and fans. This partnership showcases the Horsepower, Smoke and friendly competition that traces its history back to the origins of mechanized Agriculture”.
OTTPA would like to thank Adam Vaske for his dedication to the organization over the last three years. Adam informed us last spring that he wanted to spend more time with his kids as they had become more involved in sports and traveling teams during the summer months and therefore asked of the possibility of someone taking over some of his responsibilities. Ron Stone was hired in October to take on some of these responsibilities and Adam decided to stay on to help with the transition. With summer just around the corner Adam has decided to step away from the leadership team of the Outlaws to spend more time with his kids focusing on their sports programs. I now feel that Ron is ready to take over the position and all questions pertaining to the schedule or social media should be directed to him. We wish Adam all the best and would like to thank him for his dedication and hard work over the past three years with the Outlaw leadership team .
Kurt Van Beek
There is an update to the 2020 schedule. Date change on Manilla along with class changes. Deleon and Springfield both have the Pro Stock class.
The date on the first schedule for Sweet Springs was incorrect. Sweet Springs original date was July 25 which is incorrect. The date is July 18th.