Agricultural machinery manufacturer to invest $2 million into new Missouri facility

May 18, 2023
Kelly Tillage has announced plans to build a new assembly plant in Rogersville, Missouri.

Kelly Tillage has announced plans to build a new assembly plant in Rogersville, Missouri. The agricultural machinery manufacturer will invest $2 million into the project, creating 22 new jobs in the process. According to the company, Kelly Tillage produces shallow tillage disc-chain technology to help farmers with sustainable seedbed preparation, manage residue in fields, and provide a mechanical weed control option.

In a recent quote, Calvin Stead, Managing Director and CEO of Kelly Tillage, said, “We are excited to be building a new assembly facility in Missouri to service the North American market. We have been selling machines in the U.S. for two decades and have experienced significant growth over that time. This is the next logical step in our global expansion.”

Missouri Governor Mike Parson added, “As our agricultural industry continues to grow, we welcome Kelly Tillage to Missouri. We’re excited to see another leading company choose our state for its business advantages. As this global agricultural manufacturer invests and creates jobs in Rogersville, we look forward to the benefits it will provide to the community and the Missouri agriculture industry as a whole.”

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