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Plan ahead! Schedule your preseason dryer service today!

May 26, 2021

This year, our team will be offering preseason service on dryers. This program helps to eliminate dryer start-up problems as well as reduce in season expenses. Below is an abbreviated list of areas that are checked during our pre-season service:
  • GSI and Farm Fans: Complete check of dryer components, electrical connections, belts and bearings. We also check the metering rolls and repair or replace any worn parts, as well as grease and test fire the unit.
  • Kansun: Complete check of dryer components, change oil and filter and grease the unit. Repair or replace any worn parts and test fire the unit. Please replace the burner covers after they have been cooled. Gas is needed to complete service for all drying systems. Your dryer will also need to be empty and clean then we can get right to work safely and efficiently.
We are also in the process of updating our preseason dryer service contact list. We would appreciate your help in updating our information. Please fill out this form and return it by June 11, 2021 by emailing it to Teres at or mailing it to: Ag Service Center PO Box 4, Lafayette, MN 56054. We are asking you to change the dryer location if it is not at the location this letter was sent to, verify the account number and name to be charged and note any problems or specific concerns you have about your dryer. This enables us to bring the necessary parts and tools and possibly eliminate more than one trip charge.

Thank you very much for allowing us to service your equipment and taking the time to complete and return this form! 

Chad Wilson
Director of Ag Services

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