Services and Equipment Modification


Get the most from your machinery.

Staying running is critical to your bottom line. You’ve made the investment in your agricultural equipment – now it’s time to make sure it stays running strong. At the Innovation Center, we know you value a partner who shares your goals of achieving the highest yields your farm can possibly produce – and increasing your bottom line.

Let us help you prepare your equipment ahead of time for the season to come – or head out to your field and assist with any breakdowns as they happen. Make sure you ask about the latest precision agriculture upgrades we have available. Our team of experts is ready to make your equipment perform better than ever before.

Complete Install of Precision Hardware:


  • Complete row units
  • Updates to row units
  • Down force
  • Clean sweeps
  • Openers
  • Gauge wheels
  • Fertilizer placement
  • Controllers
  • Complete planter builds


  • Row guidance system
  • Controllers
  • GPS
  • Boom updates / drop nozzles


  • Guidance system
  • GPS
  • Controllers


  • Guidance system
  • Yield monitors
  • 360 Yield Center – 360 Chainroll
  • 360 Yield Center – 360 Yield Saver

Precision Troubleshooting Issues – all makes and models:

  • On-farm support
  • Phone support

Complete Liquid Fertilizer Systems:

  • Planters
  • Tenders

Other Capabilities:

  • In-house pump repair
  • Planter meter calibration
  • Planter inspection / winterization
  • Electrical harness support: repair / new
  • Full line of replacement parts
  • Training center
  • “We decided to go to the field prepared. I built a brand new harness for the air cart to take care of all the functions on there. We drove out to the farmer’s field, took the old harness off of the air cart, and installed the new one. I think we left about 11:30 or so, and by 1 o’clock in the morning we had him up and running.”

    – Lance Larsen

  • “A grower purchased some equipment from a manufacturer but it wasn’t working properly from the start. He called us and we were able to get it working the way it should. He said since we fixed it, he’s had some of the best corn and soybean crops since he began farming many years ago.”

    – Joe Airheart