1. Post-Harvest Maintenance Tips

    Post-Harvest Maintenance Tips

    Post-Harvest Maintenance Tips

    The goal of post-harvest maintenance is to prepare equipment for the next use, whether that is next month, next spring or next fall. Without a proper inspection after fall use, farmers will likely have to spend more time and resources fixing equipment later – time that could be spent in the field.

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  2. Planter Maintenance Checklist

    Planter Maintenance Checklist

    Optimize your yield and maximize profitability with regular planter maintenance

    Irregular planter performance results in inaccurate seed depth, seeds at the soil surface, open seed slots, compacted soil on top of the seeds, hair pinning, sidewall compaction, etc. To avoid planting problems, you need to regularly check that your equipment is working correctly and make adjustments accordingly.

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  3. Tractor Maintenance Checklist

    Tractor Maintenance Checklist

    Avoid unnecessary repairs with consistent and proper maintenance

    You’ve come to rely on your tractor and being without it is a great inconvenience. You’d all like to avoid losing the use of your tractor and can do so by performing essential maintenance.

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  4. Baler Maintenance Checklist

    Baler Maintenance Checklist

    Avoid costly repairs and unwanted delays with proper baler maintenance

    Avoid unexpected downtime by following these steps to help keep your baler running smoothly all season.

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  5. Saving You Sales Tax

    Saving You Sales Tax

    Saving you Sales Tax

    Over the recent years, there have been changes to the sales tax laws in most states. The biggest change is that most online purchases are now taxable. Since most of the products All States Ag Parts sells are exempt when used for farming, we thought we'd let you know how you can remain tax-exempt when ordering on our website. Here's some information to help keep you exempt from sales tax.

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  6. Fire!



    Equipment fire is a serious concern. Unfortunately, it is a very common problem in farming equipment. In fact, a large part of our salvage sales are from machines where there has been a heat-related issue on one section of the machine.

    Dry weather, high winds and hot machines aren't the best combination when it comes to fire, but with proper preparation, a fire can be prevented.

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  7. What Happens To Your Tractor?

    What Happens To Your Tractor?

    What happens to your tractor?

    Every day, hundreds of farm tractors, combines and other equipment are retired from service throughout the country. The reasons are many. Sometimes the tractor is just too old to do the job required. Sometimes a collision, fire or other accident damages the unit to the point where it is not cost effective to repair it. Many times a major component, such as an engine or transmission breaks, and the repair bill becomes more expensive than the overall value of the tractor. Sometimes, as we see more and more frequently, the farmer retires and the tractor he’s farmed with for decades retires with him.

    What happens to all of these tractors and combines?

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  8. New, Used, or Rebuilt?

    New, Used, or Rebuilt?

    New, Used, Rebuilt? What do I need? 

    All States Ag Parts specializes in supplying new, used and rebuilt parts to our customers, but what exactly does that mean?

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  9. Is Your Tractor Ready for the Winter?

    Is Your Tractor Ready for the Winter?

    Is your tractor ready to hibernate for the winter?

    When preparing to store a tractor for the winter, taking the appropriate steps is vital in order to maintain the optimal condition of your machine. 

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