New York manure specialist Pikeside partners with Trident
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New York manure specialist Pikeside partners with Trident

Gainesville, New York – June 4th, 2019. New York state manure specialist and ag equipment dealer Pikeside Ag Machinery, LLC and Trident are excited to announce their partnership. It will allow Pikeside to market Trident nutrient recovery and manure treatment solutions to dairy farmers in the state of New York and New England.

Pikeside Ag Machinery, LLC provides efficient manure processing and handling equipment. This includes pumping and transfer, sand or fiber bedding recycling, nutrient recovery, and land application. The company represents premier manufacturers of cutting edge manure related equipment. Reliable solutions and a high level of customer service is a key priority for Pikeside.

Founder and dairy farmer Ken Van Slyke has been involved in dairy farming from a young age. Today, he has integrated all of his extensive industry experience in how his team at Pikeside serves their customers. Van Slyke also oversees the system design services of his company. PikeSide works with farm owners, engineers, construction crews, and the system operators from start to finish, and also provides customized service programs and emergency service.

“Ken’s work ethic and commitment to providing excellent customer service is a great asset and we are excited to have him and his team on board”, says Kerry Doyle, CEO at Trident. He continues, “Especially their manure know-how and emphasis on relationships, make them a perfect partner for Trident.”

Trident offers nutrient recovery and bedding recovery solutions. In addition Trident also offers standalone manure separation, handling and storage solutions. To learn more about Trident technologies and manure separation call +1.778.823.1976.

To contact Pikeside email Ken Van Slyke, call (585) 739-3761 or visit

New York manure specialist Ken Van SlykeOwner and System Design Specialist Ken Van Slyke onsite inspecting manure equipment on a NY dairy. (image source:

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