Posted on Nov 24, 2020
Ag-Pro Companies, a John Deere dealer, grew to 76 locations across eight states through its recent acquisitions of two Ohio dealer groups which total five locations. These two acquisitions included Moore’s Lawn & Garden and Cope Farm Equipment. These additional five locations now expand Ag-Pro’s presence into Northeast Ohio bringing Ag-Pro’s Ohio footprint to a total of 25 locations.
“Moore’s Lawn & Garden and Cope Farm Equipment are great additions to the Ag-Pro family. These dealerships will allow Ag-Pro to better serve the customers of Northeast Ohio. We are excited to bring these communities on board and are looking forward to the future!” – James Groover, CEO of Ag-Pro
Moore’s Lawn & Garden has served its community for over 30 years with small tractor and lawn equipment sales, parts, and service out of retail locations in Millersburg and Massillon, OH. Ag-Pro has recently added agriculture and compact construction equipment sales and support at these locations to better serve the local customer base.
Founded in 1966, Cope Farm Equipment was comprised of three locations in Northeast Ohio located in Alliance, Austinburg, and Kinsman. Across the 50+ year history, Cope Farm Equipment has grown from five employees to over 50 employees. These three locations support a significant agricultural customer base as well as residential, small tractor, and compact construction customers.
Ag-Pro’s motto is “Strong on Service” and the company is proud to serve the needs of a diverse customer base across their 76 locations.
Headquartered in Boston, Georgia, Ag-Pro is the largest Agricultural & Turf John Deere dealer in the United States with 76 locations across Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina and Tennessee. Learn more at https://www.agproco.com.
For more information, contact Tyler Cannada, Marketing Director, at [email protected]
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