Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Review of Micro Cap Companies Trading OTC: ARTW and BEES

ARTW:  Art’s-Way Manufacturing Co., Inc. is a manufacturer of agricultural equipment. It is primarily engaged in the fabrication and sale of farm machinery in the agricultural sector of the United States. Primary product offerings include: portable and stationary animal feed processing equipment, hay and forage equipment, sugar beet harvesting equipment, land maintenance equipment, a line of portable grain augers, a line of manure spreaders and moldboard plows. The Company operates in three business segments: Art’s-Way Manufacturing (agricultural products), Art’s-Way Vessels (pressurized vessels) and Art’s-Way Scientific (modular building). Art’s-Way Manufacturing manufactures farm equipment under its own and private labels. Art’s-Way Manufacturing has two wholly owned operating subsidiaries. Art’s-Way Vessels manufactures pressure vessels. Art’s-Way Scientific manufactures modular buildings for various uses, commonly animal containment and research laboratories.


BEES: BEESFREE, Inc. develops and commercializes solutions for the beekeepers communities. The company develops a patent-pending technology that dispenses mixture of chemical compounds to bees in order to help bees prevent and cope with the effects of colony collapse disorder (CCD). The company was incorporated in 2011 and is headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida. BeesFree Inc. is a development stage company that develops and commercializes innovative solutions for the beekeeping community. They intend to operate on a global basis. They plan to manufacture and sell our patent-pending technology that dispenses and delivers our proprietary mixture of chemical compounds to the bee population in order to prevent the effects of colony collapse disorder or CCD. CCD is a phenomenon in which worker bees from beehive or colony abruptly disappear. Generally, a live queen bee remains, no dead honey bees are seen in the hive, there is still honey in the hive and immature bees, called broods, are present. Entomologists and scientists across the world have established CCD not a specific disease but rather a characteristic of colonies collapsing from an assortment of pathogens, physiological stress, pesticide intoxications primarily related to the massive use of neonicotinoids in intense agricultural farming. For additional information please visit our website at www.beesfree.biz DISCLAIMER: MicroCapCompany.com has been compensated for promotion and awareness services for BeesFree, Inc.



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