Doyle Manufacturing

Doyle Equipment Manufacturing is the home of worldwide quality dry fertilizer blending, conveying, tending, and spreading equipment. Located in Palmyra, MO, USA, directly located on Hwy 61, The Avenue of Saints, they are a four generation family-owned and operated company. Founded by the late Merle Doyle, an innovative leader in the fertilizer equipment business, Doyle Mfg. has been the leading manufacturer of bulk blenders for dry fertilizer since introducing the first rotary style drum blender in 1961.


Automated Systems

Our Automated Systems may be operated from the loader with an iPad or desktop computer. Our Declining Weight Blend System uses a high capacity stainless steel "Flat-Wire Chain" metering system, while our AUTOBATCH° Blend System is a legal-for-trade, fully-automated blending system that integrates with most agronomy and accounting software programs. Automated receiving systems complete the modern fertilizer facility.

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Blenders

All of Doyle's blenders are made of stainless steel and designed to meet a wide variety of needs from smaller 6, 8, and 10 ton vertical blenders to our 13 and 16 ton Fatboys. Direct Drive Blenders are available in 8, 10, 13, and 16 ton.

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Conveyors

Doyle manufactures a number of conveyors for your dry fertilizing needs. Their Portable Conveyors offer great flexibility for remote applications—from field loaders to Tri-Roll. Their Fixed Conveyors like the Overhead Chain Paddle and incline conveyors are totally enclosed and designed for the clean handling of your materials and feature a sectional design making them adaptable for most any application.

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Spreaders

Doyle spreaders are available in 2, 5, 6, and 8 ton and feature heavy-duty bracing and frame. Doyle offers PTO High Clearance, Narrow Track, Cane Spreaders, and Ground Wheel Drive. Doyle has all of your spreading needs covered, no matter the size or the project.

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Tenders

Doyle Tenders are available in side discharge, rear discharge, and top unload—each varies in size from 8 to 32 feet. Each tender, from trailer to truck-mounted, is made of heavy-duty stainless steel and contains DOT approved tail and marker lights.

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