Monroe Tractor

70th Anniversary

A cinder block building was just the beginning.

As we celebrate this milestone, let’s take a moment to reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re going. Monroe Tractor got its start in heavy equipment when founder Henry Hansen opened the original Henrietta Case Agriculture distributorship in 1951.

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Thank you to our employees and our customers for their dedication and support over the last 70 years.

My father’s philosophy was simple yet sound, “if you take care of the customer, the business will grow.” Our ability to do just that is because of our employees, they are the heart of who we are. We couldn’t deliver on our brand promise, “we keep you doing your job” if it wasn’t for them. They are the face and heart of the Monroe Tractor family.

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Monroe Tractor has you covered for all you aggregate needs!

Screens Soils, Aggregates and more Large feed opening Pile heights created by the discharge conveyor gives hours of uninterrupted processing time

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Support the Sweet family in their time of need.

Monroe Tractor mourns the loss of one of its own. Mark Sweet passed away unexpectedly on January 9th, 2023. He worked as a Road Service Technician for Monroe Tractor in Albany. Rhiannon Shuman, the Service Manager in Albany, shared the news with the rest of the company: The Albany team wanted to make everyone aware […]

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Monroe Tractor Acquires Three Lamb & Webster Locations

  Monroe Tractor announced that they have acquired three Lamb and Webster locations; Springville New York, North Java New York, and Grove City in Pennsylvania. This acquisition will enhance Monroe’s ability to continue to serve the agricultural industry with the same dedication and customer support Lamb and Webster customers have been accustomed to. The purchase […]

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