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EXHIBITING AT THE WPS TRADE SHOW

FABRIC BUILDING EXHIBIT IN OSH KOSH, WI

Accu-Steel Inc., Templeton, IA, is exhibiting at the WPS trade show in Osh Kosh, WI, March 30 – April 1, 2016.  For three days, farmers from around the Midwest will attend the show to check out the latest in farm machinery, tools and services. Accu-Steel is featuring fabric covered buildings used for equipment, grain and commodity storage buildings.  Accu-Steel is also introducing a new series of cattle building. Farmers and ranchers will learn how this new design can optimize finishing in cattle operations and see the special design features for fabric covered cow/calf confinement facilities.

 

Accu-Steel Attends The Kansas Livestock Association Convention

FEATURING 38′ WIDE CATTLE BUILDING

The Century Two Center was the venue for the Kansas Livestock Association Convention and Trade Show, December 2-4, 2015 in Wichita, Kansas. With the demand growing for hoop buildings in the cow/calf industry, Accu-Steel featured their new 38′ wide cattle building designed to benefit pit barn and cow/calf operations. Also featured were standard sizes 36’ – 72’ wide cattle buildings, equipment storage, grain and commodity storage buildings. Accu-Steel is proud to serve the beef industry which provides consumers with healthy choices including conventional, natural, organic and grass-fed products.

 

CHRISTIANSON BUILDERS TO ATTEND THE FARM NEWS AG SHOW

REPRESENTING ACCU-STEEL FABRIC BUILDINGS

Accu-Steel dealer, Christianson Builders, Lake Mills, IA, is representing Accu-Steel Cover Buildings at the Farm News Ag Show in December. The Ag Show is December 2-3, 2016, at the Iowa Central East Campus in Fort Dodge, IA. The new Accu-Steel 38′ wide cattle building will be featured. Learn how their new designs can optimize deep pit finishing and see their special design features for cow/calf facilities. Other featured buildings include equipment, grain and commodity storage buildings.

 

ACCU-STEEL TO ATTEND IOWA POWER FARMING SHOW FEB 2016

Come see our fabric structures at the Iowa Power Farming Show

Accu-Steel at Iowa Power Farming Show

Accu-Steel, Inc, Templeton, IA, is attending the IA Power Farming Show in Des Moines, February 2-4, at the HyVee Hall and Wells Fargo Arena.  ASI will feature their new 38′ wide cattle building. Learn how our new designs can optimize deep pit finishing and see our special design features for cow/calf facilities.  Other featured buildings include equipment, grain and commodity storage buildings.  IA Power Farming Show is the 3rd largest indoor ag show with more than 780 exhibitors are featuring products on 7 acres.

 

ACCU-STEEL TO ATTEND NE POWER FARMING SHOW DEC 2015

See our fabric covered buildings at the NE Power Farming ShowAccu-Steel at Nebraska Power Farming Show

Accu-Steel, Inc, Templeton, IA is exhibiting at the 2016 NE Power Farming Show in Lincoln, NE at the Lancaster Event Center, December 8-10, 2015. Stop by Booth 3931 and learn how an Accu-Steel, Inc. fabric covered building can work for you.  Accu-Steel will feature their new 38′ wide cattle building. Learn how our new designs can optimize deep pit finishing and see our special design features for cow/calf facilities.  Other featured buildings include equipment, grain and commodity storage buildings.  NE Power Farming Show is the largest indoor ag show West of the Mississippi with more than 887 exhibitors are featuring products on 9.2 acres.

 

Trusted To Do the Job Right the First Time

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t3Through a combination of high-quality materials and a dedicated focus to details, Accu-Steel is establishing a reputation of constructing the best fabric-covered buildings supported by exceptional customer service. As an example of the company’s success with its customer base, several people are now employing Accu-Steel to perform repairs on competitors’ buildings.

 

Recently, Chris McCormick, a business owner southeast of Des Moines, Ia., purchased two buildings from an Accu-Steel competitor. The installation of these buildings, unfortunately, came with quite a bit of difficulty and disappointment. After discovering his relationship with the manufacturer and the company’s building standards didn’t meet his expectations — and construction was never fully completed —
McCormick reached out to a friend to find a reputable company to finish and repair his new buildings.
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