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, Mahindra, 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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May 5, 2014H&R Agri-Power - A link in the chain of Limestone helpJonathan Holladay, a technician at H&R Agri-Power in Tanner, sharpens a chainsaw chain while technician Blake Pierce puts a chain back on a chainsaw. The two men can be found under a tent near Blue Springs Elementary School with a sign that reads "Chain Sharpening Free." Read More
Groups Want Terminal ReopenedJuly 29, 2014A labor dispute in Washington State has led to the shutdown of a grain terminal because the company can no longer get state or federal grain inspectors to cross a picket line... Read More
Check and CertifyJuly 29, 2014Mark Fincham's family has been farming near Pratt, in south-central Kansas, for almost 130 years. As part of his effort to help the business last at least another century in... Read More
USDA Weekly Crop ProgressJuly 28, 2014Monday's crop progress report was neutral for corn, neutral to bearish for wheat and neutral to bullish for soybeans, according to DTN Analyst Todd Hultman. Read More
China Issues New US DDGS Import RulesJuly 25, 2014China sent U.S. DDGS exporters reeling on Thursday with yet another demand: That all exports to China be certified as free of the MIR 162 trait. Read More