Thrush Aircraft, Inc.

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Thrush Aircraft, Inc. is the world leader in providing aircraft for agricultural spray operations. Our exceptional line of airplanes helps operations of all sizes control insects, weeds, and diseases that threaten crops and orchards, and effectively fertilizing all types of crops. In addition, Thrush Aircraft are depended upon for fire control - dispersing fire retardant chemicals and water to save human and animal life, and preventing the loss of property and forestry.

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