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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June 2, 2015H&R Agri-Power Completes Acquisition of Black Prairie Tractor H&R Agri-Power, a Case IH farm equipment dealer with locations in Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi, has completed the acquisition of Black Prairie Tractor, one of the leading Zimmatic dealerships in the U.S. With the move, H&R Agri- Power will now have two facilities in Columbus, Miss. Read More
Senate Races and Ag PolicyOctober 25, 2016A handful of wins by Democrats on Election Day could create a domino effect for several seats on the Senate Agriculture Committee and the Senate subcommittee that funds USDA... Read More
Cash Market MovesOctober 24, 2016As farmers continue to harvest record corn and soybean crops this fall, they should have plenty of options for marketing their new crop if they have not already done so. Read More
Fielding CallsOctober 21, 2016After launching a lawsuit to stop the Deere-Precision Planting purchase, the DOJ is making phone calls to farmers to better understand the deal's impact in the field. Read More
Sulfoxaflor Label FinalizedOctober 21, 2016Dow AgroSciences said it is continuing work on new pollinator data the company hopes will convince EPA to register the insecticide Transform (sulfoxaflor) for all previous uses. Read More