In 1982 Chore-Time cage systems was seeking a distributor for New York and New England. During that same time Robert Kofkoff and Joseph Fortin of Kofkoff Egg Farms were constructing a large egg production facility utilizing Chore-Time equipment. After seeing how advanced Chore-Time was, Joe and Rob accepted a new Chore-Time Distributorship.


In May of 1983, David Newman joined Joe and Rob and became General Manager of Northeast Agri Systems.


In 1986 Joe, Rob and David constructed a new distribution warehouse and main office in Lititz, Pennsylvania. This remains Northeast's headquarters today.


In 1987 Northeast Agri Systems purchased the assets of a Pennsylvania based Chore-Time distributor and began marketing Chore-Time's complete product line in Pennsylvania.


In 1993 Chore-Time Equipment asked Northeast Agri Systems to add a location on the Delmarva Peninsula where the broiler industry began. Northeast accepted the challenge and at the same time created a building division to construct poultry houses and offer total turnkey solutions.


Northeast moved into their brand new store-office-warehouse in Laurel, Delaware in 2003. In 2003, Northeast also acquired the assets of another Pennsylvania based company which marketed turnkey hog production solutions throughout North America.