HUDSON – All States Ag Parts, the leading ag parts supplier in North America, announced in a press release today the acquisition of Yesterday’s Tractor Co. Yesterday’s Tractor Co. is located in Port Townsend, WA and specializes in providing antique tractor owners with valuable resources for repair and information as well as a complete line of antique tractor parts.
All States Ag Parts now operates 21 locations in North America including 16 tractor and combine salvage yards. “Over the past two decades Yesterday’s Tractor has established itself as the premier resource for antique tractor repair and restoration information,” said John Dyke, CEO of All States Ag Parts, “We want to continue to serve the community that Yesterday’s Tractor has built and expand the current parts offering to include used parts in addition to expanding the remanufactured and new part lines.”
Dyke said the former owner, Kim Pratt, will remain in place during the transition period as a consultant. All employees of Yesterday’s Tractor will be offered employment with All States Ag Parts. “We’re excited to know that the resources and community Yesterday’s Tractor has developed will be in good hands with a company like All States
Ag Parts” said Pratt, “In fact, All States is looking to expand the parts selection offered which will benefit our community even more.”
The Port Townsend, WA location will continue to operate under the Yesterday’s Tractor name. All States Ag Parts is the leading supplier of agricultural parts in North
America and carries used, new aftermarket and remanufactured parts for tractors, skid steers, combines and other ag equipment. Parts are stocked for virtually all brands of equipment including John Deere, Case IH, Ford, New Holland, Allis Chalmers, Massey Ferguson, Agco, Hesston and many more.