Friday, July 31, 2009

All States Ag Parts Distributes 2009 Fall Catalog

All States Ag Parts will begin distributing their new fall 2009 Ag Parts catalog on August 1. The new catalog features thousands of new items including a greatly increased selection of new and rebuilt combine parts.

Even with 280-pages of parts, the new catalog just scratches the surface of the entire parts selection at All States Ag Parts. All States truly shines in their used parts selection. With parts for virtually every make and model of tractor, combine and other ag equipment and an experienced staff, All States Ag Parts can help you out with almost any part you may need.

Parts in the catalog can be ordered from one of their 7 salvage yard locations or from their catalog/internet division at 866-609-1260. You can order your FREE catalog by calling 866-609-1260 or on-line by clicking here.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

All States Ag Parts Attends 2009 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days

Dave DeFoe and John Berger represented All States Ag Parts at the 2009 Wisconsin Farm Technology Days. The annual three-day event showcases the latest technology in production agriculture to approximately 80,000 visitors.

Over 600 commercial exhibitors were on hand with their latest products and services including All States Ag Parts. All States Ag Parts displayed some of their top selling new and rebuilt tractor parts in addition to featuring the 7 salvage yard locations. With three stores in the immediate area (Black Creek, WI; Downing, WI; Ft. Atkinson, IA), DeFoe and Berger were able to talk tractor parts with many faithful customers as well as introducing our company to new faces along the way.

In addition to the parts display, All States Ag Parts distributed their Spring/Summer 2009 catalog that features over 12,000 of their top new and rebuilt tractor parts. The parts featured in this catalog represent only a small portion of their total product line. With over 1 million used tractor parts in stock All States Ag Parts is one of the leading tractor and combine parts suppliers in the country.

Wisconsin Farm Technology Days rotates to a different Wisconsin farm each year. This year's show was held near Waterloo, WI at the Crave Brothers farm.

Many attendees took tours of the Crave Brothers farm to see how the farm operates on a daily basis. The Crave Brothers milk approximately 950 cows and each cow produces 30,000 lbs of milk per year. The milk is pumped and cooled from the parlor underground to the cheese factory. Each day they produce 12,000 pounds of cheese, and it is sold in stores across the country.

The Crave Brothers are known for their innovative technology use on their farm. In the free stall barns all the floors are slotted and the manure travels underground to the digesters where the methane is removed to produce electricity, and the waste is used for cow bedding and also sold as plant bedding in a garden. They produce enough power to cover their needs plus an extra 550 homes.

In addition to the milking operation, attendees were able to view field demonstrations of the latest in mowing, raking, merging, harvesting, baling, and transport equipment manure system application and management.

The University of Wisconsin also presented practical applications of recent research and educational programs in livestock production, milk quality, weed control, forage handling and storage, home landscaping and gardening.