Don’t Wait! Let Us Know Your Needs


After experiencing extended delays and shortages across nearly all equipment lines over the past three years, I’m happy to report that our inventory situation has dramatically improved. We now have many key items in stock and on location, ready for you instead of having to special order and wait upwards of a year.

As you prepare for the upcoming season, I want to emphasize – don’t wait to let us know what you’ll need! Even though supply is improving, planning ahead with us will ensure we can get you the exact equipment, parts, and service you require. Let us know what’s on your wishlist, and we’ll do our best to make it happen! We are your go-to shop for top brands you know and trust, including:

Speaking of planning ahead, if you haven’t already – make sure to schedule a pre-season checkup with our service team. Our certified techs will do a full inspection, identify any issues, and help prevent problems before they happen. Bring those planter meters too, and we’ll calibrate them for you. This way, your equipment will be field-ready when you are! Our parts team stocks the right stuff at the right time, so if any repairs are needed, we’ve got you covered.

If you’re in the market for new tires, now is the time to buy! Firestone is running a promotion through May 31st – get $200 off eligible non-AD2 radial tires or $300 off eligible AD2 radial tires. Give us a call to place an order or to learn more – 507-228-8224.

Our grain handling team has started our 2024 project list! Improved supply means bins, augers, legs – it’s all in stock. New construction, maintenance, whole system upgrades – we can handle it all. Our project schedule is filling up fast, so don’t wait to book! Do it now to ensure it is completed by harvest.

Last, if you or someone you know, enjoys construction and the open outdoors send them my way! Our grain handling construction crew is hiring. Visit to apply.

The Ag Service Center team is here for you. Don’t hesitate to call or stop by! Wishing you all a safe and happy spring!

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