Get the patch

I cannot find a place to buy Rema Tip Top tire patches. Motive Parts used to carry them. They were made in West Germany.
Ward Maude
Caputa, SD

Contact ATS — All Tire Supply Co., 11500 Kilburn Rd., Houston, TX 77055, 888/339-6665, or order online at www.alltiresupply.com. The company offers free shipping on all automotive machinery equipment.

Finding fans

I am looking for grain aeration fans like Aerovent Fan & Equipment made. Is there a company that manufactures their product or something similar?
Frank Berberich
Mt. Carmel, IL

Contact Holschlag Bin Sales and Holschlag Distributors, 2196 250th St., New Hampton, IA 50659, 641/394-3057, www.graindryerparts.com.

Plow parts

We have a 1550 Bush Hog chisel plow that lost the spring off one shank. Can you tell me where to find anything to replace it?
Eugene Eversman
Kellogg, MN

Contact Bush Hog, Box 1039, Selma, AL 36701, 334/872-6261, www.bushhog.com, and the company will find a local dealer with parts.

More mowers

I read this in the Your Input section of Farm Industry News [October 2003, page 42]: “I would like help finding parts for a finish mower built by B.M.B. Company. Laurence Barlow, Lyons, OH.” Mr. Barlow should try Henry Brothers in Holton, KS, at 800/806-2221.
Lawrence Zacharias
Leavenworth, KS

Thank you, Mr. Zacharias. We are always happy to hear from our knowledgeable readers. Here is further contact information for Henry Brothers: 24690 N. 75 Hwy., Holton, KS 66436, 784/364-2221, www.henrybrosimp.com.

Tool company sold

Can you help me locate parts for a United Farm Tools Wetmore grinder mixer? Thank you.
Brian L. Hoopes
Anthony, KS

United Farm Tools was sold to W&A Mfg. Co. You may reach the company at 1810 S. Ohio St., Pine Bluff, AR 71601, 870/534-7420.

New name for Add-On

In your September 2003 issue [page 52], you stated you could find no contact information for the Add-On Company. It is now known as Fasse Valves. The company's contact information is Fasse Valves, Box 2348, Kearney, NE 68848, 800/345-7745.
Ray McDonald
via e-mail

Correction

Garst Seed Company's new ProCoat is a fungicide-based seed treatment. It is not temperature activated, as incorrectly reported in “Seed coatings get serious” in our February issue.