Our Mission

Help dairy families be successful

Core Values

  • Positive Attitude

  • Trainable Aptitude

  • Professional Appearance

  • Family First

  • Trust

ADS Provides

  • A full dairy chemical

  • A maintenance and a 24/7 service division

  • A complete dairy installation and remodeling division

  • A complete cow comfort division providing:

  • Fan installation

  • Curtain ventilation

  • EPIC (Electronic Parlor Integration Control). Allowing total access to all a dairy’s daily milking functions, ensuring Consistency and Proactive Control in milking

SERVICES

At ADS we have the best trained professionals in the industry including: Service and Scheduled Maintenance Technicians, Sanitation and Parlor Procedure Specialists, System Design and Installation Teams, Parlor Automation Engineers and Support Staff.

Our technicians are top of the line and so is our service. If there is a problem, we can fix it. Give us a call. If you’re not satisfied, neither are we.
Barn installs and remodels with today’s leading equipment is what we do best!
We take your dairy seriously. We perform regular parlor audits to make sure your dairy is performing at full capacity.
Use EPIC to control and monitor your milk storage and pipeline wash as well as other vital process’ in your dairy’s daily operation.
ADS provides the latest technology and easy-to-use components to ensure a reliable milking performance for your sheep and goat.
Each of our locations has a fully trained salesman who specializes in new equipment sales.

RSS Industry News

  • Wolfe family named 2018 McKown Master Breeder June 21, 2018
    The Klussendorf Memorial Association is pleased to announce the Wolfe family of Ovaltop Holsteins in Richfield Springs, New York, has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 Robert “Whitey” McKown Master Breeder Award.
  • Appeals court affirms injunction on Arla’s ad campaign involving rBST June 20, 2018
    A three-judge U.S. Court of Appeals has affirmed a lower court ruling that Arla Foods can no longer continue its advertising campaign implying its cheeses are safer than their competitors’ because its milk is sourced from cows not supplemented with recombinant bovine somatotropin (rBST), according to Courthouse News Service.
  • May milk production up less than 1 percent June 20, 2018
    Editor's note: Market commentary from Mark Stephenson, director of dairy policy analysis at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, and Bob Cropp, dairy economics professor emeritus, has been added. May 2018 U.S. milk production posted another small year-over-year increase, but cow numbers reversed course, moving higher again, according to the USDA’s monthly Milk Production report, released June […]
  • Q&A: Dare not to dairy? June 19, 2018
    RaboResearch, a division of Rabobank, recently released an extensive report, “Dare Not to Dairy: What the Rise of Dairy-Free Means for Dairy … and How the Industry Can Respond.” Progressive Dairyman Editor Dave Natzke reached out to RaboResearch and the report’s lead author, senior analyst for dairy Tom Bailey, to dive deeper into the research […]

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