Firminator Renews Corporate Partnership with QDMA

QDMA is pleased to announce that Ranew’s Outdoor Equipment, maker of the Firminator food plot implement, has renewed its corporate partnership with QDMA for 2018, extending a relationship established in 2012.

“The Firminator team is thrilled to be continuing our relationship with QDMA,” said William Yancy of Ranew’s Outdoor Equipment. “As the leading food plot implement and equipment manufacturer, we share many of the values and ideals that QDMA has long championed. We truly value our relationship with them and what they have contributed to the whitetail community and the animals that we so love to pursue.”

Ranew’s Outdoor Equipment manufactures the Firminator food plot implement, which incorporates disk harrows, cultipacker wheels, and a ground-driven seeding system capable of planting a variety of seed types. It’s available in 4-foot, 5-foot, 6-foot and 8-foot models for use with ATVs or tractors. The operator of this implement can choose from a wide range of settings that make the Firminator a versatile and functional piece of equipment. Settings allow the user to conventionally till soil or no-till.

Another notable feature on the Firminator is the Accu-Seed System that handles seeds of all sizes, making it the top choice for today’s land managers. The system’s ground-driven technology makes it an economically efficient tool that can be used to install a variety of vegetation to meet landowner goals.

“For several years Ranew’s Outdoor Equipment has supported QDMA and our mission to ensure the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage,” said Steve Levi, QDMA Director of Corporate Relations. “Regardless of your food plot needs, their Firminator food plot implement is the ideal piece of equipment to dramatically improve the quality of deer habitat. We’re honored to have the continued support of Ranew’s as they join us in celebrating our 30th Anniversary.”

For more information about the Firminator, visit their website at http://www.thefirminator.com/index.html