For over 50 years, H&R Agri-Power has been faithfully serving the equipment, service and parts needs of local farmers. Now, with the combined resources of 13 locations across Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi, we’re proud to be able to give more farmers the power to do more. We sell, service and support a full line of new equipment from Case IH, New Holland, Kubota, Kinze, Land Pride, Great Plains, Bush Hog, Krause, Unverferth, Grasshopper, Vermeer, H&S, Rhino and Dixie Chopper, among others. We utilize the area's largest parts inventory; employ more than 50 manufacturer-trained service technicians; and maintain a fleet of service trucks to meet your needs 24/7. H&R Agri-Power is also your best source for used combines, used tractors and a wide variety of other used farm equipment.
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December 7, 2016H&R Agri-Power Teams With Nashville Recording Artist Corey FarlowH&R Agri-Power, with corporate offices in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, announced today that they have reached a sponsorship agreement with ICM award winner and Nashville recording artist Corey Farlow. The sponsorship agreement is a one year agreement with renewal provisions. Read More
EQIP for Plains Fire VictimsMarch 22, 2017USDA on Tuesday announced $6 million from the Environmental Quality Incentives Program to assist farmers and ranchers hit by wildfires in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. The funds can... Read More
By the NumbersMarch 22, 2017Ag lenders and Extension services need to immediately begin educating borrowers about finance and the basics of management to help producers survive the downturn in the ag economy. Read More
Cash Market MovesMarch 21, 2017The American Society of Civil Engineers recently released their 2017 Infrastructure Report Card, which is an assessment of the condition of the nation's infrastructure across 16... Read More
Glyphosate Report ReleasedMarch 20, 2017A final report of a scientific advisory panel looking at cancer connections to the herbicide glyphosate shows some disagreement about what the science showed, though overall agreed... Read More