We’ve been listening and responding to our customers for decades. Choosing McKay means choosing an unrelenting pursuit of excellence. The tools we produce are the result of aggressive testing and design perfection. Through thorough analysis of performance and feedback we’ve fine-tuned wear characteristics and identified high strain points. The process continues to evolve with focus expanding to include efficiency and McKay will always be at the forefront of design and function. It’s because of this that we can stand behind our pillar claims of Exceptional Quality and Excellent Value.
Ralph McKay Industries, Inc. (McKay) is located in Saskatchewan, Canada.
We are North America’s pre-eminent manufacturer of tillage tools and are part of a larger agricultural products firm with operations in Canada and the USA.
At McKay we know who our customers are. The men and women who use our products form the backbone of the nation. With the world relying on you to produce the goods that keep us all going we know failure is not an option. When you work from sunrise to sunset you deserve equipment that works as hard you do and you can depend on McKay products to get the job done.
We are experts in our field of designing and manufacturing earth-engaging components for agricultural applications.
McKay manufactures tillage tools used for farming wheat and other grass-type grains including canola and barley. Our products are primarily used in harvesting, modifying terrain, or preparing topsoil for planting.
You will find McKay products used in North America, Australia, Russia, Ukraine and other areas of Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
Our factories have the capacity to produce a wide array of stamped, formed, and welded agricultural and
If you require a bulk quantity of custom manufactured parts then McKay can be your solution.
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Depending on location, McKay distributes its products directly through dealers, through distributors with an existing dealer network, and through Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).