Good Isn’t Good Enough

Splitting laterals that were originally placed too far apart at 60’ to 100’ spacings is old news. It’s been going on for decades. By 2002, ADI had already split 95% of the systems they had installed in the early 1980s. These necessary improvements often took projects down to 30’ and 40’ spacings. The latest evolution

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ADI Ag Drainage Installer

Our Legacy of Innovation

Since Don Colclasure founded ADI in 1982, he and his family have been pushing the boundaries of system drainage. ADI was a leader in introducing self-propelled drainage plows to the Midwest – making pattern tiling installation more efficient and affordable for the grower. Then using decades of experience, Don created his own custom-designed ADI Super

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Spend Less to Make More

When it comes to farm investments, tiling is really in a class of its own. Installing a drainage system is one of the only ways to increase yields without adding additional expenses to your operation. While buying new or updated equipment is often necessary for timely field operations and purchasing additional ground may be needed

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ADI Participates in Farm Futures Xchange

ADI participated in an exclusive program called Farm Futures Xchange (FFX) in January. Brad Henry and Lyle Bollin participated in the prearranged meetings with agricultural producers seeking high-level information and solutions for their farming operations. A select group of about 20 companies are involved in FFX including seed, equipment and chemical businesses. ADI is the

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