Wynne, AR

Wynne, AR

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Introducing: The Go Greenway App

At Greenway Equipment, our priority is helping our customers cultivate success. Whether our customers are shopping in one of our 27 locations or they are out in the field, we’re here to help. Our GoGreenway app, for iPhone and Android, gives you the ability to take our highly skilled staff with you in your pocket wherever you go.

Our Greenway app includes all of our current equipment and parts specials, used equipment and includes a library of how-to videos, all at your fingertips while you’re on the go.

On the bottom of the home screen of our app, there are five icons. Here you will find our “about” section, Greenway location list, equipment feeds, videos and commodities. Scroll left on these icons and you will get another five icons, where you can get the latest ag news, Greenway events, the latest weather and contact information for our Greenway staff.

Our full line of John Deere, Stihl and Honda products are all listed on our app, so if you think of something you need to get a job done while you’re out in the field, search our app to see if we’ve got it!

The Go Greenway app’s video feed can help you out of a predicament or two, as well. Just imagine: you’re about to get started spraying your crops, and you can’t quite remember how to get everything set up to get going. Just a few taps of your fingers on the Go Greenway app will take you straight to a library of videos on how to set up a *30 series sprayer.
Just a few minutes of watching our how-to video, you’re on your way!

In addition to our how-to video guides, we’ve got a feed of John Deere videos, and market news videos, all at your fingertips with the Go Greenway app.
Download the GoGreenway app in the Apple app store or Google Play today!

Our staff is more than happy to answer any questions about our new app. Give us a call today at (888) 237-7447 to speak to someone about our app.

Exceptional service after the sale

Our Conway location manager, Kevin Morrison, talks about service after the sale.

Deciding on the Right Equipment

Our location manager in Bryant, Wally Cox, talks about finding the right equipment.

Hay Season Survival Tips

The summer heat means that hay season in Arkansas is in full swing. It can be a busy time making sure the entire process runs smoothly. We know time is valuable, and time is money. It’s important that you know all the tricks of the trade. How can you make sure that you get the most out of your hay crop this year? Here are a few tips from Greenway –

 

Equipment Maintenance Is a Must

Preventive maintenance can seem time consuming and like a waste sometimes. However, it’s much better to check out everything before you break down in the middle of a field with only half the job done! It’s best if you clean all equipment and have everything looked over in the winter, but it’s not too late if you didn’t. Here are some things you can look for and do for your machines –
  1. Read your manual and make sure that you’re doing the required service when it’s time.   
  2. Change the oil on the gearboxes in mowers and balers.   
  3. Watch the bearings on balers. They can overheat and cause fires!   
  4. Examine disk blades and replace the knives if necessary. Look at the rake and replace any teeth that are broken or not aligned.   
  5. Check conditioning rollers and adjust the spacing and roll timing.   
  6. Inspect the belts and repair them if needed.   
  7. Your rakes and tedders will likely need readjusting each year.      

Adjust and Readjust

Make sure that your baler is adjusted to where it needs to be. It can be a simple process, but take the time to recheck it. Baler pickup tines should be set about one inch above the ground. The hay pickup flotation should be that the pickup follows the ground at or just above the tine height setting. Make sure that you monitor the bale density. Even with a gauge, get out and check it manually to confirm that the density is where you need it to be. A good rule to follow is that if you kick the bale, it should hurt your foot!

Check the Moisture
It doesn’t help the equipment, you or your hay if you bale when the hay moisture is too low or too high. Optimal moisture levels can also depend on what type of baler you use. If the moisture level is too high, the hay bales can lose large amounts of dry matter caused by excessive heating and molding. To keep loss to a minimum, you should bale at a moisture level low enough to prevent excessive heating and prevent moisture from getting into the bales of hay. Don’t bale hay to be stored in the field until the moisture level is between 18-22 percent.

With hay season off and running, it’s important to stay in the field and running rather than in the shop. At Greenway, we know how important it is to make the most of your time and get the most out of your hay crop. When it comes to hay season, Greenway can equip you with the machines you need from rakes to balers as well as help you with any service needs. With 27 locations across Arkansas and Missouri, we are here to assist you whether you’re purchasing new or used equipment or need one of our service technicians. Give us a call today!

WHY CHOOSE US?

  • 27 Locations
  • Greenway Guaranteed Program Benefits
  • 100% Customer Satisfaction
  • Largest Selection of Used Equipment
  • 160+  Trained Technicians
  • Backed by dedicated support staff

TESTIMONIALS

  • Greenway maintains my equipment and I have been extremely pleased with the service. I have always found the staff helpful and they go the extra mile for their customers. David M. - Conway, AR
  • Greenway has great customer service. I have been doing business with Greenway for over 10 years. Highly Recommend!

    Dillan R. - Stuttgart, AR
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