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


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

  • August cow numbers reverse course from July; milk production up 1.4 percent September 19, 2018
    A decline in cow numbers was offset by stronger milk output per cow, pushing August 2018 milk production up 1.4 compared to a year earlier. However, cow numbers were up from July 2018, reversing course from last month’s 9,000-cow drop.
  • Weekly Digest: Dairy Revenue Protection webinars scheduled September 19, 2018
    Digest Highlights Dairy Revenue Protection webinars scheduled Federal order BTSCC improved in 2017 Americans drank less milk but ate more dairy in July Cattle hide values falling DFA Kansas plant suffers fire FDA unveils five-year antimicrobial plan UW – Madison Dairy Science Department sets fall visit date CDI appoints Anderson as COO
  • Need cash? Get to FSA office for MFP payments September 18, 2018
    With milk prices low and margins tight, dairy farmers seeking a quick infusion of some cash may want to get to the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) office to apply for payments under the Market Facilitation Program (MFP).
  • Cottonseed markets brace for Hurricane Florence September 13, 2018
    The threat of Hurricane Florence is raising concerns regarding North Carolina’s cotton crop. For dairy farmers, that translates into what impact the storm will have on cottonseed supplies and prices.