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NCI Albany was damaged by a tornado on Sunday Jan 22. We have made tremendous progress in securing our buidling and getting our team up and running again. We have power and calls to 229-436-110 are being forwarded to cell phones because there no phone lines to repair!   We are open for business and will keep you posted on our progress in restoring our building and grounds. We want to thank everyone for all their concern and good wishes.

 

tornado damage to Newton Crouch Albany building  Just after tornado   

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Welcome to the home page of Newton Crouch Inc.  NCI has been serving the agricultural industry since 1940 and is an innovator in the spreading industry. Our equipment is used throughout the United States as well as in Canada, Mexico, Columbia, Japan, Thailand and Belize.

 

Service, dependability and quality construction are our priority. We can custom build equipment to your specifications with a wide range of options.


As the agricultural industry has grown high tech, NCI has equipped our spreaders and sprayers with Variable Rate Technology and controller driven technology. These methods can save growers thousands over the life of a spreader or sprayer. 

 

NCI manufactures fertilizer& lime spreaders, spreaders for compost-litter-sludge applications, liquid sprayers for fertilizer, nitrogen, chemical or herbicides; speacialty roadside right-of-way sprayers for weed control plus de-icing brine application, and a combination of liquid and dry equipment. We also provide training, service and parts for all our equipment,  Our large inventory of parts for your equipment including pumps, fittings, and tanks will ensure your equipment is kept in top condition.

 

We are pleased to have you visit our website. We hope that you learn about the many products and services that NCI offers to the agricultural industry.  Please visit our  YouTube Channel for videos on Technical Tips