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 14 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.
Temperature: 49.5 °F
Feels Like: 47.8 °F
Wind: NW 4.60 mph
Soil Temperature: 41 °F
Current Conditions: 42240
Please check back for upcoming events.
August 6, 2014Annual blood drive keeps donations localPatrick Headtke hasn't donated blood in at least ten years. The H&R Agri-Power technician said it isn't the time or the process which keeps him away but the location and timing of local blood drives. They just aren't where he is when he needs them. Read More
USDA Extends ARC-PLC DeadlineMarch 27, 2015USDA announced Friday a one-week extension for base-acre reallocation, yield updates and enrollment in the commodity program election for Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price... Read More
Senior Partners - 1March 27, 2015Think how rural communities could rejuvenate if farmland rents stayed local rather than flowing to out-of-state heirs. That's why some farmland owners want their hometowns to... Read More
Group Questions USDA ScienceMarch 26, 2015A group called Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility charges that USDA scientists can be pressured to change their work or results, particularly if research results run... Read More
South China Drives Sorghum DemandMarch 26, 2015One province in China usually feeds 1.2 mmt of corn to livestock each month, but in January it replaced one-third of its corn with imported sorghum. Read More
Farmers Expect More SoybeansMarch 25, 2015Farmers concur that USDA's Prospective Plantings report next week is expected to show larger soybean acreage than last year's 83.7 million planted acres. Read More
Windy Day DangerMarch 25, 2015Farmers have growing incentive to actively monitor wind speeds while applying pesticides, as more herbicides come to market, sensitive crops abound, and the threat of litigation... Read More