At Farmco, we work hard to design high-quality bale wagons and wagon running gears that will hold up for you under tough conditions. When you’re pushing hard to get your fieldwork done, efficiency and reliability are paramount. We know you don’t want to haul more loads than you have to. And we definitely know you don’t want to deal with an equipment breakdown. With our own background in farming, we know how hard you work, and we want to work with you to make your farm the best it can be.

A bale wagon being loaded

Ideas for the future

Farming requires innovation. Unique problems crop up all the time on the farm, and they require unique solutions. At Farmco, we’re working hard to keep up that tradition of innovation by adding new ideas to classic equipment designs. Like our bale wagons with adjustable cross members that can be moved to wherever you need them. Or our articulating wagon gears that eliminate all the flex points that tend to fail on traditional designs. We’re always trying to build things better because we believe the next breakthrough in farming is only one idea away.

Promising performance, supplying strength

Farming conditions aren’t necessarily friendly to farm equipment. From rough ground to rough weather, it can be a lot to deal with. We built our first bale wagon on our own family farm, so we know what it takes to build equipment that will last. Every Farmco bale wagon and wagon running gear is made from heavy-gauge steel and coated electrostatically with weather-resistant paint. Because when one of our bale wagons or wagon running gears arrives on your farm, we expect it to stay for decades.

From our farm to yours

Traditional values like quality work, neighborliness, and customer satisfaction are things that matter to all of us farmers. With our manufacturing facility located right next to the old family farm in Lancaster County, PA, those values still advise everything we do at Farmco. We’d love to hear what you’re doing on your farm and see how we can help you do it better!

You work hard to make your farm successful. You don’t have to do it alone.