Machinery Sales

Contact: Kelly Govro, 541-386-6056 or 541-645-5523

Whether you are farming a 2 acre ranchette or 500 acres of tree fruit, Hood River Supply offers a large selection of farm machinery and equipment to do the job. Our sales team offers quality agricultural equipment such as McCormick and Landini tractors, and Rankin and Woods implements. We are also a dealer for Air-O-Fan and Turbo Mist orchard sprayers.

We handle ladder trailers, tree & post hole diggers, and harrows; in addition we back up everything we sell.

 

McCormick Orchard TractorsLandini/McCormick: After redesigning his fathers reaper in 1831, Cyrus McCormick starting fullfilling the demand for his reaper in Virginia valley. In 1847 he started his own factory with his partner C.M. Gray. Now over 150 years later the McCormick name lives in on with ARGO purchasing the rights to the McCormick factories and name; sister companies include Landini, Laverda, Valpadau, and Pegoraro.machinery

 

Rankin: “RANKIN EQUIPMENT CO. is recognized as a leader in the Pacific Northwest in providing attachments and equipment for farm, turf, landscape and construction industries. For over 50 years Rankin Equipment has been marketing and distributing a wide range of products exclusively to retail equipment dealers.”

Woods: “Woods has given people the power to be more productive since 1946, when Leonard, Keith, and Mervel Wood built the first tractor-mounted rotary cutter. WoodsCare™ genuine replacement parts carry Woods’ reputation for quality and durability. And, every Woods product or part is backed by a network of committed dealers.”

Air-O-Fan: “It was 1945 in Gilroy, California, when the first Air-O-Fan sprayers were manufactured and sold to orchard growers in the Santa Clara Valley. Despite the humble, pioneer beginnings in a small California town, the name “Air-O-Fan” is now known by orchard and vineyard growers worldwide as the “Cadillac” of sprayers.”

Turbo Mist: “In 1946, Dr James Marshall of the Summerland Research station (near Penticton, BC) began to look for a better method to apply the new spray materials being developed. He could see the need for some automatic distribution of these spray chemicals, which would be faster than using a handgun and less labor intensive. That spring he delivered the Rube Goldberg ‘ a truly incredible contraption’.” From there Turbo Mist became an industry standard name spreading across the nation and international borders.