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Revolutionizing the Agricultural Industry in Parowan, Utah

A story of five families and over five generations of farmers living in the Parowan Valley of Southern Utah. How one machine, the DewPoint Hay Steamer, has changed their operations, their lives, their families, and their community.

Bracken Farms Part 1

The Brackens tried everything from spraying water on the windrows to baling with stem moisture before they bought the steamers.

Bracken Farms Part 2

The Brackens went from a 6-man crew of 4 balers and 2 water trucks, down to a 2-man operation with 2 steamers, and are able to bale 1600 acres in 3 days.

Is the DewPoint Hay Steamer Worth It?

The steamer is an expensive investment.  However, it pays for itself very quickly.  See what some of our customers are saying about how the steamer is paying for itself on their operations.

What are the Hay Buyers Saying

Our customers often get asked, "Is that steamed hay?" Steamed hay is something the hay buyers and dairymen alike are asking for. 

The DewPoint Steamer Changes Lives

The DewPoint Hay Steamer provides farmers with many different benefits, but perhaps the most important one is how this machine improves the lives of farmers all over the world.

Steaming Hay in the Red Rocks near Kanab, Utah

Mike and Nathan are a testament that the steamer isn’t just for the huge, commercial hay farmer.  It’s the every-day family-run farms and smaller hay operations that are benefiting from the DewPoint machine all of the world.

Brandon Yardley Interview

Brandon Yardley states that his steamer will pay for itself in one year on added bale weight alone.

The 72-Hour Challenge

In 2013, Staheli West baled non-stop and made over 4,500 bales of high-quality hay in a 72-hour period.

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