When you need us, we'll be there.
Our team of 170 technicians log over 3000 hours of training each year. These training programs are designed for today's technology and system theories over a broad range of John Deere equipment. As a result, our technicians are certified and most have masters certification. They are certified in computer diagnostic, electrical, hydraulic, power trains and Ag Management Solutions mapping and guidance systems to help maximize your uptime during peak season.
We Work When You Work on call 24/7-we are even available holidays-when you are in the field. We are committed to doing whatever it takes to keep you in the field. You can rest assured that when you need us, we'll be there. Most of all, we come to you!
We offer several inspection and maintenance packages to keep your equipment running efficient. From keeping your lawn mower in top shape to servicing your combine before harvest--we offer a package to fit your needs. Give one of our Service Managers a call, YOU'LL be glad you did!
What are some safety tips to know when working on a tractor ?
- Read, understand, and follow the instructions in the manufactures's maintenance manual. Replacement of oil, filters and fluids.
- Disengage power, lower hydraulics and stop engine before doing any maintenance.
- Remove ignition key.
- Disconnect batteries before doing any electrical work.
- Support equipment on blocks or stands. Do not rely on hydraulic hoists or cylinders. They are designed for lifting only and can fail without warning.
- Provide ventilation when running engine indoors. Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide--a colorless , odorless and deadly gas.
- Replace damaged or missing safely guards or shields.
- Keep hands, feet and clothing away from moving parts.
- Adjust right and left brakes so they are equal on rear wheels.
- Check steering and control mechanisms, warning devices, lights and all cab functions.
- Keep work area clean and well lit.
- Clean up spilled oil, grease or hydraulic fluid immediately.
- Remove all tools and parts before starting engine.
- Do not start engine, engage power or raise or lower an implement without warning other people in the area.
- Follow manufacturers' guidelines for maintenance and repairs. Keep a log of all service and maintenance.
Keep your equipment performing at its best by scheduling a service appointment below.