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Highway Recycler Introduces LiveStock Steel: Agriculture's Own Guardrail

RUTHERFORDTON, N.C., May 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Guardrails daily protect America's traveling public, but once removed from roadside service, guardrail boasts a brilliant second career as the fence-of-choice for erosion control, beef/dairy producers and greenhouses. For years, AllRail, Inc. has led the environmental and economical mission of re-tasking hundreds of miles of guardrail panel. But now, the tale's taken an unexpected turn.

With over 200,000 feet already deployed in only a few months, LiveStock Steel, Agriculture's Own Guardrail, is transforming the Agri-Fencing market with unlimited availability, pristine quality and a solid price ceiling. The American Farmer is praising its improved ease of handling, and seamless integration with used guardrail. Recent clients, Josh and Erika Lamb, of Rollin O Cattle Co. said of the new product,  "We rest easy when our bull, Brutus, is behind LiveStock Steel.  He's not getting out!"  With used w-beam guardrail being harder to find and serious product shortfalls, LiveStock Steel is the answer for our the American Farmer.

State DOT budgets now face updated Federal standards for roadside hardware, which could lead some states to reincorporate their previously approved guardrail, where applicable. This emerging trend inspired AllRail to produce LiveStock Steel, a guardrail designed specifically for American agricultural. Click here for more information on American Agriculture's Own Guardrail.  AllRail says their key DNA component of Market Stewardship helped identify and address the looming product shortage. See: unique guardrail uses and AllRail's stewardship graphic.

"Our field managers kept reporting that state DOTs were keeping their guardrail," says Tom Calton, President of AllRail, Inc. "Shielding our customers from serious product shortfalls required a threat resistant invention. That product is LiveStock Steel."

"As 'Agriculture's Own Guardrail,' began rolling off our production line, customers praised its improved ease of handling and seamless integration. Every month we're still delivering miles of used highway guardrail for sale to job sites around the nation. But we're also delivering truckloads of LiveStock Steel to beef and diary producers, cheaper than our own used highway guardrail," says David Swain, AllRail's General Manager.

"With over 200,000 feet already deployed, LiveStock Steel is transforming the market with unlimited availability, pristine quality and a solid price ceiling. These virtues were moving targets with the sale of our used highway guardrail. American agriculture seems to appreciate having its own guardrail," says Swain.

"The moral of the story is stewardship," says Calton. "As business leaders, our mountaintops provide a natural position to recognize warnings of impending market dangers. The LiveStock Steel story developed out of seeing ourselves as shepherds – and our market as our flock. Owning this paradigm raised our awareness to a larger story in which we had a crucial role to play."

Since 2008, AllRail, Inc. has partnered with highway safety - saving private and public dollars with greater stewardship of reusable highway safety materials. 

 

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