Ag Spray Equipment is your leader in innovation and application. The Company features a complete line of liquid applicators, pull type sprayers, lawn and garden sprayers, nurse trailers and tanks. Ag Spray has one of the largest parts inventories across the country to better serve our customers. Whether you farm 10,000 acres or one, Ag Spray has the products and expertise to help you. Our products benefit customers in the crop industry with chemical, fertilizer, injection , and crop protected spraying equipment using a comprehensive assortment of top brand products. Ag Spray also serves the needs of anyone in the business of handling and transporting liquids. Whether you are hauling water to the fields in one of our nurse trailers, storing liquid feed in one of our cone bottom tanks or need a trailer to set up an elliptical leg tank for transport Ag Spray can help. Check out Ag Spray`s impressive new sprayer line.
- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Agriculture - Crop Cultivation
- Market Focus:
- Nationally (across the country)
This company also provides solutions for environmental applications.
Please, visit their profile in environmental-expert.com for more info.
On November 16, 2004, Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet Deputy Secretary Erwin Roberts presented the 2004 Small Business Air Quality Stewardship Award to Ag Spray Equipment of Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
'We're here today because the good people of Ag Spray Equipment made a conscious decision that their company would be a good steward of something that is too often taken for granted - the quality of the air we breathe,' Roberts said.
Ag Spray Equipment owner David Barbee recently installed a powder coating system to replace the company's existing wet painting operations. The system is expected to significantly reduce air emissions, worker exposure to solvents and provide a more durable coating that the traditional wet finish.
The Air Quality Small Business Compliance Advisory Panel established the award in 1997 to recognize small businesses that have gone beyond regulatory requirements to reduce the impact of their operations on air quality.