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The GATOR 3-point PTO Canal Pump


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GATOR Pump, Inc. introduces  a 3-point hook up pto pump for canal and river bank pumping. Designed with the small utility tractor owner in mind, the 3-pt Canal Pump can be used for dewatering, pond aeration, flood irrigation, duck impoundments, and many other applications. The pump raises and lowers with standard tractor hydraulic connections, similar to… Read More »

Introducing the GATOR PUMP lightweight portable Cart Pump

By: Gator Pump on 04/27/17 | Category: Agricultural Water Pumps, News, Products

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Gator Pump introduces a portable, lightweight Cart Pump that can be hand loaded, wheeled and operated by just one person.   Now you can take our same rugged GATOR Pump steel design in the back of your truck, van, or even the trunk of your car.   Use the GATOR Cart Pump for any job where you need… Read More »

GATOR Slurry PUMP for Manure Lagoon Management

By: Gator Pump on 04/19/16 | Category: Agricultural Water Pumps, Products

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Livestock and poultry manure can reduce the expense of commercial fertilizers and provide valuable organic material and nutrients for crop and pasture growth. Land application is the most common, and usually most desirable method of utilizing manure because of the value of the nutrients and organic matter. Proper manure management improves water quality by preventing… Read More »

GATOR PUMP Supports the Sustainment of Wetlands

By: Gator Pump on 03/24/16 | Category: Agricultural Water Pumps, Uncategorized

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Acre for acre, marshes are among the most productive ecosystems on the planet. They form a natural infrastructure to filter nitrogen and phosphorus from the water, provide a fish and wildlife habitat, store carbon, and protect shorelines against storm surges. If wetlands are lost, the cost of replacing them can be extremely expensive. A typical… Read More »

GATOR High Volume Water Pumps fight El Niño


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Global food markets could be disrupted by the El Niño event predicted for later this year. Forecasters agree that the El Niño effect, which can drive droughts and flooding, is under way in the tropical Pacific. Reduced rainfall could be felt in Central America, India and West Africa beginning in June, say scientists. A strong… Read More »

High Volume Water Pumps Helping Panama’s Rice Producers Battle El Niño


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Changing weather patterns and unusually dry conditions are having a serious impact on rice and sugar cane production in Central America and El Niño year is certainly living up to its reputation. The continuing delay in rainfall will undoubtedly reduce the yield and quality of this year’s rice and sugar cane crops in several areas… Read More »