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Batavia, NY - Chapin Outfitters, a division of Chapin International, has developed a new line of BioLogic sprayers and spreaders to meet every outdoor sportsman's needs. Whether a customer is covering tough terrain, hard-to-reach plots, challenging landscapes or remote areas that require portable gear, there is a BioLogic sprayer or spreader built for the situation.

Chapin Outfitters was born in January 2011 as a result of the Chapin International and BioLogic license agreement signed to create top-of-the-line sprayers and spreaders.

"It's a privilege to be partnered with the number-one name in food plots," said James W. Campbell, CEO/President of Chapin International. "Mossy Oak BioLogic's in-depth knowledge of animal behavior and effective food plot growth and maintenance will greatly enhance the quality products we put in the hands of today's hunters."

"We are so excited about BioLogic's partnership with Chapin. The quality of the products and the people are exceptional," said Bobby Cole, President of Mossy Oak BioLogic.

The new BioLogic Sprayer line features six powerful sprayers:

The first is a heavy-duty 2-gallon handheld sprayer with Viton™ seals and gaskets, an anti-clog filter, adjustable brass nozzle, and a 46-inch reinforced hose. This model is perfect for hard to reach spots.

Second, is the heavy-duty 4-gallon backpack sprayer, which also has all Viton seals and gaskets, a 100-percent leak proof cover, adjustable cone and fan nozzles, pressure relief valve, deluxe padded straps, and left/right hand pumps. The backpack sprayer comes in handy during early spring and late fall when the ground is wet and the ATV can tear up the land that the customer has worked hard to keep in good condition.

Next is the durable ATV sprayer in 15 and 25-gallon capacities. They're designed for durability and superior performance with chemical resistant tanks and heavy duty 2.2 GPM Everflo® pumps. Both models mount directly to the ATV...

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