2018: Mad Dog Materials’ Biggest Year Yet. Recapping Our Time on the Nexus Project

Sitting down to recollect the busy year that Mad Dog Materials has had, and one can’t help but be surprised that 2018 is already nearing an end. Then again,…

Scouting The Tile: The Importance of Video in Pipeline Construction & Drainage Repair

It’s easy to under-think the scale of an agricultural drain tile system, even if you’re a frequent reader of the Mad Dog Materials blog. More often than not, we’re…

When the Winter Winds Come Sweeping Down The Plains….Mad Dog Foam Bridges Stay Put

Minot, North Dakota, is one of the most populous cities in the northern half of the state. Therefore it is also one of the best places from which we…

Unhappy Halloween: 3 Shocking Scares Brought to Farmers by Bad Drainage

Everybody knows flooding is a possibility…but here are three things caused by bad drainage that might shock you!

Drain Tile Specialists Can Be The Difference Between Brilliant and Broken

If you love music, you dream about getting your hands on the best home stereo equipment you can find. The best speakers, subwoofer, receiver…maybe even the best turntable if…

Mad Dog Foam Bridges; Protecting Farms, Protecting the Environment on Pipeline Projects

Mad Dog Foam Bridges are beneficial for the environment. That’s a firm statement, but we couldn’t think of a way to deliver the full truth of that message without…

Drainage Maintenance and Planning Can Protect Farms from Massive Storms

Research suggests there will be more storms in the years to come. Updating the drainage systems on your farm are the best bet for protecting your crops against the rain.

The New Mad Dog Materials Site: Drain Tile Bridges, Apps, Supplies and Services!

We are excited to announce that Mad Dog Materials has settled into its new website, www.MadDogMaterials.com! It started with a simple premise: MadDogFoamBridges.com didn’t work for us anymore, because…

Mad Dog Foam Bridges Bring Safety to Pipeline Trenches with Design, Technology

    Everyone knows that construction sites can be hazardous, no matter where they take place. There’s a reason why workers wear helmets and bright, neon-yellow safety vests. Look…