Parts Person - Moose Jaw


 

 

Ag Equipment Technician - Weyburn


 

 

Parts Person - Davidson


 

 

Ag Equipment Technician - Windthorst


Donation to Hospitals of Regina Foundation towards a Transport Isolette for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Today at Agribition we were able to be part of the presentation of a donation to the Hospitals of Regina Foundation on behalf of Young’s Equipment, MacDon, Väderstad, and Farm Credit Canada. The combined donation of $300,000.00 between the four organizations will fund the purchase of a transport isolette for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. This piece of equipment is used to transport babies born in hospitals and communities outside of Regina and who need care in the NICU to Regina to receive that care. This obviously fits well with the communities where we live and do business, and the opportunity to partner with MacDon, Väderstad, and FCC, who we have such strong relationships with, and to support an organization like the HRF, was exceptional.

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"Each year, 500 babies need specialized care provided in our NICU in the Rawlco Centre for Mother Baby Care at Regina General Hospital. For babies born outside of Regina, it is critical that our teams have the specialized technology needed to transport these newborns to our NICU in order to survive. Thanks to a generous donation of $300,000 from Young's Equipment Inc. , MacDon Industries Ltd. and Vaderstad Canada, our NICU transport team has a new Transport Isolette, a mobile mini-NICU capable of delivering state-of-the-art, critical care to these fragile babies during their journey to Regina."

 - Hospitals of Regina

Take care of your sprayer now, and it will be ready to go next spring.

Timely application during those tight spray windows every year is a big reason to own your own spray equipment, and once it’s time to go next spring you want your sprayer to be ready to go. Before you tuck your piece of equipment away for the winter, some maintenance will serve you well. We suggest to not delay winterizing your sprayer in order to avoid potentially high costs and frustration about time consuming repairs next spring. The right maintenance now will protect your sprayer from damage caused by the freezing temperatures during late fall and winter to help improve its longevity and resale value.

Here are our tips and recommendations for long-term storage of your sprayer:

  • Clean and wash the entire sprayer to remove dirt, debris, oil, grease, chemicals and fertilizer. Once tanks have been cleaned, nozzles, screens and filters should be removed and cleaned separately in a bucket containing water and the recommended cleaning agent.
  • Always remember to read the product specimen label for the last product or chemical used and adhere to personal protective equipment requirements when cleaning.
  • Touch up any chips, scratches and rusted areas with the appropriate protective paint to reduce corrosion.
  • Lubricate exposed areas, such as hydraulic cylinder rods, to minimize corrosion.
  • Fill the fuel tank and add a conditioner. The conditioner will stabilize the fuel for extended storage periods, and a full tank minimizes condensation. Also, drain the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) tank, if applicable.
  • Change engine oil and other lubricants. Follow the operator’s manual guidelines for appropriate fluid and filter changes.
  • Clean the product system flow meter.
  • Remove spray tips and nozzle bodies from the nozzle body assemblies and store separately. Maintaining the sprayer’s nozzle is imperative to achieving the best spray performance, and the cost to do so is nominal compared with the cost of chemical used. Spray nozzle tips can wear over time, with dry chemicals in suspension causing higher rates of wear than liquid chemicals. That’s why it’s important to check the nozzle flow rates, look for potential problems and confirm the accuracy of the sprayer. After you have rinsed and cleaned your sprayer, look for mismatched and worn nozzles and damaged nozzle screens. Replace nozzles if needed and make sure to remove nozzle tips and nozzle bodies from the nozzle body assemblies. Check spray tips for wear and replace as necessary.
  • Winterize the product system plumbing. Thoroughly flush the entire system, including fence row nozzles and foam marker systems, if equipped. Run Young’s Equipment Sprayer Antifreeze through the system (1 litre per foot boom length) to eliminate the possibility of freezing. Do not use liquid fertilizer, which can cause corrosion.
  • Charge batteries and then remove and store them in a safe area.
  • Remove rate controllers and electronic displays. Cold weather storage can cause issues with display screens.
  • Properly inflate tires and check on them occasionally through the winter. A tire left flat for an extended period can be ruined.

If you need parts, fluids or filters to get this important task done, give your local Young’s Equipment branch a call. We stock everything to get you going.

If you prefer to leave these essential tasks to the experts, now is the right time to do it! Winterization is a vital part of the Young’s Equipment Winter Inspections program, you’ll find the benefits and pricing between our two inspection levels outlined in the tables below.

 

 

No matter how you choose to approach sprayer winterization, it’s important that you do it before bone-chilling temperatures settle in. Remember: If you take care of your application equipment, it will help you take care of your crops season after season.

 

Case IH 'Inspect and Protect' Service Specials


 

At Young’s Equipment we’re all about going the extra mile for you, about getting you going out in the field every day and making sure your operation runs as smooth and uninterrupted as possible. Inspecting and protecting your equipment is a vital part of what we do, and every year around this time we go to great lengths to offer you the highest value and top professional service that will make sure your machines are ready to go for the next growing season.

Our two different inspection levels are designed to meet and exceed your expectations, whether you choose our Value Visual Inspection or our most popular Premier Inspection, you'll find the right inspection for all your equipment at Young's.

But that’s not all, we would like to invite you to benefit from the Young’s Equipment Loyalty Program that gives you a $100 Gift Card for every machine you bring in that was inspected the previous year and one free header inspection when you book three inspections as well. In addition to that you will receive 10% Discount on all parts installed as part of your inspection. It pays out to book early, we’re holding our price until December 1st. Unlike so many others out there we didn't raise our inspection prices this year. Get the best value for the most affordable pricing. 

We go above and beyond with not only our exceptional service quality and the benefit of our extensive inspection checklist to check the parts that even our competitors miss, but also with our unique premier electronic inspection services. Let us handle your inspection work while you prepare for next year’s seeding plans. We can electronically send your inspection details to you, anytime, anywhere in the world.

If you haven't done so already, give us a call so we can go over all the details and answer any questions you may have. Our Service Advisers and Service Managers are available for you and are happy to answer all your questions.

 

 

 

mmmm….blizzards….mmmmiracles….

Miracle Treat Day usually has Dairy Queen donate a portion of their proceeds to local children’s hospitals, in Saskatchewan that’s Jim Pattison’s Children’s Hospital. This year the event has been posponed, so we decided to make our own our own Miracle Treat Day by ordering blizzards and making a separate donation from our staff’s funds to the foundation.

A donation of $500.00 has been made, on behalf of the Regina’s Social Committee and Regina staff to the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation.

 

 

 

Below is a  thank you message from Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation:


At Young’s Equipment we are all about
Exceptional Service and Outstanding Products

Here is a brand new product we are offering.

MS T&T cleaner and foam kits.

Spray the foam on, rinse and the grime is gone! Washing cars and equipment has never been so fast and easy and the results are spectacular.

MS T&T Cleaner is a powerful and safe cleaning agent for the cleaning of any type of vehicle or equipment including lacquered surfaces.

This game changing cleaner:

  • Removes grime.
  • Adheres to the wash surface.
  • Is suitable for cleaning vehicles, boats, floors, trailors, RV’s, vinyl siding, tractors, combines, sprayers and any other type of equipment.
  • Produces streak free results.
  • Is biodegradable.
  • Is available in various container sizes.

Coupled with T&T Cleaner, Young’s Equipment is now offering three MS T&T foam kit options. These innovative and well designed kits are manufactured for industrial use with most pressure washers (1100 to 3000 psi required) and allow effortless transitioning between foaming and rinsing. Choose the format that works for you and get foaming now!

Now may just be your chance to clean up on the brownie points with dad! Click here to go to our Facebook page for a chance to win a complete T&T system for Fathers Day. The $550+ value package will be given to the winner of our Facebook contest. Like, comment and share for a chance to win.

Click here to see a T&T foam kit and cleaner in action. There is no need to wait. Call or visit you nearest Young's Equipment store to get foaming now.

If you need a pressure washer Young's Equipment has your back.

Visit your nearest Young's Equipment today!

Happy Father's Day and happy foaming from the,
Young’s Equipment Team

 

Header Service Specials


Peak performance needs peak equipment condition, and we all know that in our industry top performance at exactly the right time is vital. Don’t risk downtime and hassle during the most important time of the year. Take care of those issues during a pre-season inspection. Our technicians are trained to recognize excessive combine header wear and find those items that might cause a headache when it’s go-time again.

Regardless what colour you run, our Header Inspection Program will make sure your equipment is ready when you need it. With ContourBuddy and Turbodrum we also have the right enhancement kits to get the most out of your header.

Do you have a bent header? Don’t give up on it just yet! We have the expertise, the tools and the unique specialty equipment to straighten and repair it. We are an approved header repair center for most major insurance companies.

Give your local Young’s Equipment Service Department a call or visit us at any of our nine locations to learn more about what we can do for your header. Our Service Managers and Service Advisors will be happy to answer all your questions.

 

 

 

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