Monroe Tractor

Canandaigua host 4-H Tractor Safety Course

On Thursday 2/13, Canandaigua Monroe Tractor hosted an annual 4-H Tractor Safety class. The Cornell Cooperative Extension sponsored event teaches youth, ages 14-15, how to safely operate agriculture equipment. This is just one of the eight week series of classes that helps participants seeking employment on farms get the certification needed to do so.

 

Chris Stewart and Chris Roeland led the classroom session where they discussed safety while operating farm equipment. Steve Knopf led the Case IH cab simulator and spoke to the level of technology in todays tractors. Lastly, Bob Linehan walk student around the equipment and reviewed daily maintenance and safety with the equipment. All students were able to explore the various machines and ask questions.

 

We always enjoy supporting the local 4-H youth and the Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Monroe Tractor Names New Branch Manager for their Adams Center NY location.

New to our team – Jeffrey Rehley, Branch Manager, Adams Center At Monroe Tractor we strive to bring the best products while backing them up with the first-rate customer service and sales support you deserve. To help you with your business solutions we are excited to announce Jeff Rehley as Branch Manager for our Adams […]

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Section 179 Tax Savings and Bonus Depreciation 2022

Great news for 2022! We have new and used machines in inventory that are ready to be put to work. Thanks to an increase in the Section 179 deduction limit you can now reduce your taxable income even more in 2022! Purchase new or used equipment and place it into service by 12/31/22* Taxpayers can […]

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Ontario County Fun On The Farm

Every 2 years, the people of Ontario County come together for a fun and educational day filled with activities and events inspired by the agricultural industry in their area. This year, Ontario County Fun On The Farm took place on Saturday, September 24th. On Friday they invite out all the third and fourth graders from […]

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