AG Spray

What We Do

Ag Spray Equipment manufactures and sells agricultural application and fluid handling equipment. We feature a complete line of liquid fertilizer applicators, pull-type sprayers, lawn and garden sprayers, ATV/UTV sprayers, nurse trailers and tanks.  Ag Spray Equipment stocks one of the largest parts inventories in North America.  We feature a comprehensive line of parts and accessories from top name brands.  Whether you farm 10,000 acres or a small plot, Ag Spray has the products and expertise to keep you keep going.   With ten locations, we pride ourselves on being able to provide high-quality customer service to growers during critical planting and growing seasons.

Our applicators, sprayers, and nursing equipment benefit customers in the crop industry with chemical, fertilizer, injection, and crop protection spraying equipment.  We use top brand name products, and provide expert customer support to keep your equipment up and running.

Ag Spray also serves the needs of businesses handling, pumping, and transporting liquids.  Whether you are hauling water in one of our nurse trailers, storing liquid feed in one of our cone bottom tanks, or need an elliptical leg tank on a trailer transport, Ag Spray provides solutions.  It's always CUSTOMER FIRST at Ag Spray.

About

Today's Ag Spray Equipment brand comprises a rich history of several acquisitions over the years.  

Schaben Industries, Inc. was founded in 1986.  The company quickly expanded from one location in Columbus, NE, to additional locations in Newton, KS, Bakersfield, CA. and Tempe, AZ.   In 2008, the acquisition of Ag Spray Equipment was completed with three locations in Hopkinsville, KY., Greenwood, MS., & Dothan, AL.  To better service the northwest, A & L Supply in Othello, WA, became part of the group in 2013.  Horvick of Fargo, ND and Mankato Spray Center of Mankato, MN, were acquired in 2014.

During 2014, the official corporate brand of Ag Spray Equipment was adopted at all ten locations.  

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