2019

NEAS opened a warehouse and showroom in Kenansville, NC. The facility provides convenient access to parts and supplies and provides building and equipment support to hog producers throughout  North Carolina and South Carolina.

2017

NEAS opened a parts and service outlet in New Church, VA to serve poultry producers in Southern Region of the Delmarva Peninsula.  The facility provides convenient access to parts and supplies and provides equipment support to customers.

2016

NEAS became a distributor for Alaso, a cage manufacturer located in Lakeland Florida. NEAS consulted with Alaso to develop the Flexx system, a system for egg production that can be used as a standard cage, an enriched cage or as a cage free system.

NEAS also opened a store in Franklin, VA to serve hog producers in Virginia and North Carolina. This facility provides equipment support and stocks parts for fast repairs.

2003

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

1993

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.

1987

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.

1986

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

1983

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

1982

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.