The Idaho State Journal reports that Agri-Service has added a 13th store to its dealer network in a 4-state area including: Idaho, Utah, Washington and Oregon.

A ribbon-cutting was held at the new store outside of Blackfoot, Idaho, on July 12, 2015.

According to the Idaho State Journal report:

"The 25,000 square-foot facility will be home to 24-7 service in the field or at the shop for a variety of farm equipment from Massey-Ferguson and Challenger tractors to hay equipment by Hesston and combines by Gleaner.

"These products, produced and distributed by AGCO, dominate the offerings at the new Agri-Service center in Bingham County, but the company also offers equipment manufactured by Kubota and Gehl. Agri-Service has also been the largest seller of Darf rakes made by Nikkel Ironworks and for Allen rakes and equipment produced by LMC Corporation.

"Blackfoot sales manager for Agri-Service, Rob Fisher, said the construction of the new facility near Blackfoot shows the company's commitment to farmers in Southeast Idaho. Agri-Service already had facilities in Sugar City and Terreton, Idaho as well as locations in Northern Utah, Nevada, western Idaho and eastern Oregon."

Read the full story from the Idaho State Journal