WALKING through the doors at Leeton's Ag n Vet Services branch will have you greeted not just by friendly staff, but also a vast array of products and services.
The team can assist with a whole range of inquiries and is currently expanding what it does, particularly when it comes to water and irrigation.
The store is supported by all of the major industry suppliers, helping deliver to customers everything from pumps, pipelines and fittings to driplines, tanks, troughs and much more.
The business also supplies ag chemical, fertiliser, pet supplies, work boots, merchandise and much more in store.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic staff at the Leeton branch were able to continue working all while adhering to the restrictions in place.
This year is an exciting time for the business having expanded its water operations.
Water and irrigation specialists, Darling Irrigation have been servicing the agricultural community for almost 15 years and have now ventured to Leeton.
With the support of many leading and trusted water industry suppliers, including Zimmatic Pivots, Davey, Grundfos, Philmac, Iplex Pipelines, Netafim, Rivulis, Toro and Bushmans Australia, Darling Irrigation have access to both the right product and local expertise for every job.
Darling Irrigation is part of the AGnVET Services network of local, independently-owned Australian agribusinesses.
Helping Leeton customers with all their needs regarding this aspect of the business is Andrew Kelly, who has a background in rural merch, irrigation, water supplies and retail.
"So pulling all of that time and experience together, we are able to create a business that people can go to and ask questions and get answers," Mr Kelly said.
A project-based business, with a retail outlet, the Darling Irrigation team are available to complete obligation free site visits and quotes throughout the Riverina.
It also offers competitive sales and service for all water and irrigation needs.
Speaking of staff at Leeton's Ag n Vet Services, years of experience is something that is second nature.
Branch manager Darren Cooper said staff were always able to use this expertise to help customers and the community with their needs.
He encouraged residents to pop into the branch to find out what's in store and the services available - chances are you will find what you need - even if it's just a bag of dog food.
The business also continues to support many community groups and events in the shire through sponsorship.
"It's something we like to do where we can ... it's a good way to give back," Mr Cooper said.