Whatever type of equipment you’re looking for, chances are, you’ll find it at Monroe Tractor. Our diverse equipment selection and broad range of manufacturers provides our customers with the best equipment for the job. From tractors and harvesters to planting, tillage and application, we have the equipment that's right for you.
New to our team – Jason Falcone, Product Support Representative. We strive to bring the best products and the best in customer service. This is why we are excited to announce Jason Falcone as Product Support Representative to cover Connecticut’s Fairfield, New Haven, Middlesex, and New London counties. His responsibilities will be: Guide in increasing […]Read More
Announcing Rhiannon Shuman, as Albany’s new Service Manager. Please join us in congratulating Rhiannon Shuman, on her promotion from Albany’s Service Writer to Albany’s Service Manager. As Service Writer, Rhiannon fielded service calls, scheduled technicians, created new accounts, and assisted the service manager in the growth of the department. As Service Manager Rhiannon’s responsibilities will […]Read More
Monroe Tractor’s sales team got together for an annual meeting to go over best practices, new technology, marketing efforts, and hear what’s new from our vendors. The day and a half included group sessions with both agriculture salesmen and construction salesmen as well as individual sessions specific to their industries. Leadership was on hand to […]Read More
As a premier Case IH dealership, our diverse selection of agriculture equipment and attachments consist of new and used machines from a range of manufacturers. The many options available give you access to the best equipment for the job. With 13 locations throughout New York and New England, the Monroe Tractor team is ready to help you find the agriculture equipment that's right for you.
Hay and forage equipment include harvest gear that is essential in the field.
A tedder is used before a hay rake to fluff the hay or straw for improved drying. After, a hay rake is used to move hay into windows to finish drying before being collected.