21 Years of All States Ag Parts

21 Years of All States Ag Parts

Back in 1998, All States Ag Parts was founded by David Dyke and his two sons, Paul and John with a mission to bring the largest selection of new, used and rebuilt parts to the consumer with top notch customer service as the cornerstone of the business. “Our success always goes back to customer service.” says John Dyke, CEO. “We solve customers problems and that's our primary goal. We’ll never lose sight of that goal.” 

In 2007, after years of doing solely phone and in-person sales, the company launched the e-commerce platform. The website brought a completely new range of customers to All States and grew the business rapidly. The visibility of the company increased dramatically and All States was positioned for massive success over the next decade. 

All States Ag Parts started with just one location in Salem, South Dakota that began as a farm field. We have now grown to have 13 locations across the country that house our salvage yards, distribution centers and offices where our marketing, product development and quality control teams operate. We have acquired numerous properties over the years, but after partnering with an investment group in May of 2018, All States growth has been rapid. We have acquired three properties, most recently in central California, since the partnership began, with multiple more acquisitions in the works for the coming months. 

After all these years, we still put out our famous catalogs. You might have one laying around! Whether it's our Parts Catalog, Skid Steer Catalog, or our Planter, Tillage and Baler Catalog they have been a huge part of our business. 

Moving forward, All States Ag Parts will continue to bring you the widest selection of new, used and rebuilt parts in the industry with the highest level of customer service as the unchanging cornerstone of our business.  


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