Posted on Jan 22, 2019
For 60 years, Ag-Pro has been working to meet the demands of our customers that we value so much. Whether it’s large ag, small ag, construction or turf, we are committed to providing our customers with the tools they need to get the job done every time.
Over the years, Ag-Pro has witnessed many changes in the industry. Because of that, we continue to grow and adapt to meet our customers’ ever-evolving needs. That means making sure we have the most knowledgeable experts in parts, sales and service. It means offering the most high-quality John Deere equipment, along with a variety of additional product lines that we stand behind. It also means making sure we’re accessible to as many customers as possible.
The more we grow, the more we can give back to our customers. Our size gives us better buying power, which means we can provide the best deals on premium equipment that many of the other dealers can’t.
Ag-Pro Companies recently moved into the Midwest, acquiring a dealership called JD Equipment. The dealership had 10 locations in Ohio and northern Kentucky, bringing Ag-Pro’s location count up to 70+ stores across the U.S.
We are so excited to offer our products and services to even more people in South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Texas and now, Kentucky and Ohio. If you are in Ohio or northern Kentucky and you’re in need of equipment, we hope you will stop by one of our stores and pay us a visit. Our team would love to help you find that perfect fit.
We might be a big company, but we still provide that old-fashioned friendly service you expect from a Deere dealer. Come on by, and we’ll show you what we mean.
Our new Ohio locations include Georgetown, Hilliard, Lancaster, London, Marion, New Albany, Washington Court House, Wilmington and Zanesville. We also have a new store in Flemingsburg, Kentucky.
We hope to see you at your local Ag-Pro location soon! In the meantime, you can browse our equipment online or check out our full list of locations.
Posted on Apr 26, 2019
Ag-Pro is now open in Lake City, Florida!
Posted on Jan 22, 2019
Posted on Jan 9, 2019
It’s officially 2019—new year, new you, new crops, new projects—and hopefully a fresh new start for your equipment, too! It’s always good to keep up with maintenance on all your equipment, but we encourage you to take some extra time at the start of the new year to thoroughly check everything for any potential issues that could affect you in coming months.