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All States Ag Parts is the largest supplier of used, new and remanufactured tractor and combine parts in North America. We carry parts for all makes and models, including John Deere, Case IH, New Holland, Ford, International, Allis Chalmers, Caterpillar, Gehl, Massey Ferguson, Kubota, Lexion, Minneapolis Moline, Oliver, Steiger, Versatile, White and many more. We also carry industrial parts for Bobcat, Deere, Caterpillar, Gehl, Mustang, New Holland and others. All States Ag Parts also supplies parts for skid steers, planters, drills, hay balers, swathers, construction equipment and other ag equipment.
All States Ag Parts has multiple locations throughout North America, some of which serve multiple functions, with offerings to include:
- Ag Parts
- Construction Parts
- Rubberized Tracks
- Industrial Supplies
- Orchard and Vineyard Supplies
This is the location for our corporate office, which includes the company-wide support for accounting, human resources, IT and senior management.
Lake Mills, Iowa
This is our flagship location featuring a 217,000 sq ft facility and our centralized distribution center. We also have an indoor skid steer salvage yard, engine and small parts remanufacturing shop, corporate training center and a retail store in this location. This facility handles the inventory and the shipping needs for the retail store, as well as the growing e-commerce business and can ship in-stock parts that are ordered as late as 4:00 p.m. CST on the same day.
De Soto, Iowa
This location is home to our catalog and e-commerce call center and is likely the place you'll speak with on the phone when you call. De Soto is also home to our IT network team, marketing, product development, purchasing, logistics and operations support staff.
Salem, South Dakota
This location is the home of our remanufacturing facility and produces transmissions, hydraulic units, straw choppers and more.
Currently, 17 locations feature used tractor and combine parts commonly found in the region they are located. These yards also stock a large inventory of remanufactured and aftermarket parts to supply the local farmers.
All States Ag Parts was founded in 1998 by David Dyke and his two sons, Paul and John. The family had a long history in the ag salvage business. The elder Dyke was the founder of Worthington Ag Parts. Ten years after selling Worthington Ag Parts, the family started All States Ag Parts. They focused on building a company that supplies used tractors and combines parts for farmers. As the used parts business grew, they added additional lines of new aftermarket parts and remanufactured parts to the product mix to provide farmers with more parts solutions. In 2007, the company launched its e-commerce website. This website significantly increased the company's visibility throughout the country and the world and positioned All States for tremendous growth over the next decade.
"Our success always goes back to customer service," said John Dyke, CEO. "We solve customer's problems and that's our primary goal and we'll never lose sight of that goal," said Dyke.
All States Ag Parts has availability for over 850,000 new aftermarket parts, with over 50,000 parts available for same-day shipping.
"Our aftermarket parts business has seen tremendous growth over the past decade," said Chad Bagby, Purchased Parts Division Manager. "The quality of the parts available today has improved dramatically. We often purchase parts from the same factory as the original manufacturer and can offer them at significant savings over the local dealer," Bagby said.
All States Ag Parts purchases more ag salvage equipment than anyone in North America. Most of our salvage units have been wrecked, flooded, burned or retired from service. We have a fleet of specialized trucks and drivers for picking up salvage from anywhere in the country. Once a tractor, combine or another piece of equipment is delivered to one of our salvage yards, it is dismantled. All the critical parts are taken off the machinery during dismantling, and skilled mechanics then inspect the machine. Unusable parts and fluids are all recycled, making sure every piece of the machine is utilized.
"Once the part passes inspection, it's cleaned up, labeled and stored inside one of our warehouses until a farmer or repair shop needs it," explained Dyke.
The salvage portion of the business is vital to supplying the growing remanufactured parts division as well.
"Some components, such as used SCVs, hydraulic pumps, engines and transmissions, fail the initial inspection. We send these to one of our remanufacturing shops. Our mechanics completely tear down the part and replace all worn or broken parts," explained Dyke. "Once we're done rebuilding it, the part will meet or exceed the original OEM specs."