TISCO, a leading provider of all-makes aftermarket tractor and agricultural equipment parts and accessories in North America, has launched a blog to serve as a resource for information about farming, agriculture and tractor parts. Sharing industry news, tips and fresh perspective in its weekly posts every Thursday, Tractor Parts Talk blog reflects TISCO’s 75-year commitment to delivering reliable tractor parts fast to the farming community.
“Tractor Parts Talk is an informative hub where everyone in the agriculture community can connect,” said William Stuckert, president of TISCO. “Our goal is to translate our many decades of experience serving the ag industry into an easy to use resource to help the farming community — whether they are a farmer in the field on their smartphone or a parts distributor in a store on their laptop.”
Tractor Parts Talk blog topics to date have covered the effect of heavy spring rains on the 2011 growing season, tractor part tips on air filter maintenance, a refresher on farm safety, and the importance of agriculture in creating jobs, stimulating the economy, housing wildlife and improving the environment. At tractorpartstalk.com, visitors can also find and purchase tractor parts through tractorpartmart.com to keep their equipment running in the field and connect with a local parts dealer in TISCO’s extensive dealer network.
Based in Oakdale, Minn., TISCO is the recognized leader in aftermarket replacement tractor parts, offering one of the industry’s broadest lines of parts and accessories for tractors and implements. TISCO is fully owned by Woods Equipment Company, headquartered in Oregon, Ill. Woods manufactures and markets products under the brand names of Woods®, Alitec®, Central Fabricators®, Gannon®, Wain-Roy®, WoodsCare™, and TISCO®. For more information, visit tiscoparts.com and tractorpartmart.com, read our weekly Tractor Parts Talk blog, and follow TISCO on Twitter and Facebook.
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