SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. — Henkel’s Ag Repair Co. announced they will now be selling Krone hay and forage equipment, providing customers the equipment they need, along with the proven service and repair support they’ve come to expect.
Owner Dan Henkel and his team have over 80 years combined service experience, with a proven ability to service and repair ag equipment, from small tractors to large combines. They offer customers on-farm or in-shop service and repair, thanks to a fleet of three service trucks and now offer Krone hay and forage equipment
Dan Henkel says his business has been growing quickly because they put the needs of the customers first, and he points to his company’s customer promise, “Making you a Neighbor … Not a Number,” as proof. Now Dan says they can deliver on the customer promise even better, by offering the full line-up of high-quality Krone hay and forage equipment, including big pack large square balers, BiG X forage harvesters, round balers, disc mowers, self-propelled and pull-type mower conditioners, tedders and rakes.
“We are excited to be a Krone hay and forage equipment dealer,” Henkel said. “We already have established ourselves as a reliable, customer-focused equipment service and repair provider. “Now, by adding the Krone hay and forage equipment line-up, we can offer our customers the equipment they need, along with the best service support they’ve come to expect, and we believe they deserve.”
“Dan and his team excel at taking care of their customers,” Krone Territory Manager Colin Lowe said. Krone shares the belief that the customer must come first.
“We at Krone are very pleased to be able to assist Henkel’s Ag Repair Co. by providing their customers with quality hay and forage equipment.”
Krone has been providing high-quality hay and forage equipment to the North American market for over 44 years. Krone is a 110-year old, family owned and operated business, based in Spelle, Germany. Globally, Krone is a leader in the manufacture and sales of hay and forage equipment, doing business in 40 countries. Because hay and forage equipment is all Krone sells, the company truly understand their customers. That means when Krone employees set out to design equipment that meets the unique needs of customers, they do so by first asking customers what they need. Because Krone is a privately-held, the company answers only to customer needs — not shareholder demands.