Clinton Anderson built and signed Ecofount
We have been keeping a little secret. While Clinton Anderson was at the Ritchie factory filming the upcoming episode of “Water for Life” he built a Ritchie Ecofount 1 waterer from start to finish!
This one and only, Clinton Anderson built and signed waterer will be going up for auction to raise money Quakerdale Wolfe Ranch. Ritchie has been a long time supporter of the Wolfe Ranch located in Marshalltown, Iowa. The auction will begin shortly after the episode airs Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 12 pm and 10 pm EST. All proceeds will be going to the Wolfe Ranch.
By combining all of the best features of our traditional automatic waterers, our engineers developed the EcoFount series. The waterers are the most energy efficient, electric standard heated line of Ritchie automatic waterers. They are reliable even in extreme weather conditions utilizing their overall heat coverage and fully insulated casing. The flip top cover design will allow for easy cleaning and maintenance. And you can own the one and ONLY one built and signed by Clinton Anderson.
Quakerdale Wolfe Ranch is a local fun, safe, and inclusive environment with various equine programs for people of all ages. Located in Marshalltown, Iowa, Ritchie has been a long time supporter of the organization and their programs such as Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Equine Assisted Learning. All proceeds from the auction will be donated to support the Wolfe Ranch. For more information visit the Quakerdale website.
Again the auction will begin shortly after the episode airs at 12 pm EST on RFD-TV. We hope you enjoy the program.
We will be chatting live during the first airing of the program. Join in on the conversation using hashtag #ritchiechat. We will enjoy hearing from you.