2009-10-18 / News

Mid-Michigan Tractor Sales & Service open for business

Servicing all makes, models & vintage
By Jeanne Marcello Staff Reporter

MAKES & MODELS – (l-r) Steve Browning, Lance Browning, Guy Browning and Richard Turner sell and serve all makes and models of American farm equipment. These are just a few of the tractors displayed in their sales lot. MAKES & MODELS – (l-r) Steve Browning, Lance Browning, Guy Browning and Richard Turner sell and serve all makes and models of American farm equipment. These are just a few of the tractors displayed in their sales lot. Driving over to Mid- Michigan Tractor Sales & Service, located just east of New Lothrop, at the corner of M-13 and Easton/Mt. Morris Road, you’ll notice a number of antique tractors parked in a line. International Harvester, Farmall, Minneapolis Moline and John Deere are just a few of the American makes and models of farm equipment served. While not new, these tractors are for sale; some are on consignment.

Mid-Michigan Tractor Sales & Service opened for business in April of this year. Partners Steve Browning, Lance Browning, Guy Browning and Richard Turner have used their skills servicing all makes and models of farm equipment to develop a successful business, with clients throughout Mid-Michigan and from as far away as Australia.

In addition to selling a wide range of farm equipment, the skilled staff repairs diesel and gas powered equipment. Welding services are also available.

Their parts department offers new and used parts, as they serve clients with farm equipment of all makes, models and ages. Richard explained that if they don’t have the part needed in stock, they usually find it. “We can get practically anything,” he commented.

Inside the showroom, you’ll find tractor parts, for older models, a variety of older equipment manuals, as well as refurbished snow blowers, and other useful equipment.

They are a licensed dealer of Jonsered chainsaws and weed whackers, offering a complete line on display. According to Steve, they will be featuring Bad Boy mowers in the future.

Their focus is on American-made products and competitive pricing, Steve explained. “We take tractors on consignment too,” he added.

Richard commented, “It started out as a hobby.” But the concept was sound and the farm equipment sales and service shop grew quickly. Now the four partners employ six people to service their customers.

Whether you’re a grower, maintaining equipment to bring in your crops, or a hobbyist who enjoys collecting and showing antique farm equipment, Mid-Michigan Tractor Sales & Service is dedicated to serve your farm equipment sales and service needs.

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