Elder Sales and Service, Inc., headquartered in Stoneboro, Pa., announced that LandPro Equipment has acquired its 3 retail locations, Elder Ag and Turf Equipment Co. of Stoneboro and Fairmount City, Pa., and East Palestine, Ohio.
Elder’s was established in 1952 by Harry M. Elder Sr. as a Minneapolis Moline and Oliver Tractor dealer. The business grew into a 3 generation, 3 location business providing equipment, parts and service for agricultural, commercial, and home owners in Pennsylvania, Ohio and surrounding states.
Current owners, Harry M. Elder Jr. and wife Teresa, C.H. McCutcheon and wife Joyce and Harry Elder Sr. and wife Roberta see this acquisition by LandPro as a positive step to continue their family legacy of caring for their employees and customers. Harry Elder Jr. and C.H. McCutcheon will remain in their roles as store managers. Harry Elder Jr. stated that “becoming part of LandPro will ensure that our loyal customers of over 65 years will continue to receive the excellent products and professional service they have become accustomed to.”
LandPro Equipment, the Northeast’s largest John Deere Dealership, is an 11- store dealership with headquarters in Falconer, N.Y. and stores located throughout western New York and northwestern Pennsylvania. As Elder Ag & Turf joins LandPro Equipment they will be able to extend even greater opportunity to their employees and customers. LandPro Equipment offers increased buying power with John Deere and many other vendors. Customers will have access to a larger inventory of new and used equipment as well as more aggressive pricing on equipment and parts, plus a broader base of service knowledge.
“We are excited to welcome Elder Ag and Turf to our LandPro family. We’re joining similar values of hard work, dedication and a commitment to customer service.” said Tracy Buck, LandPro Equipment president. “I look forward to building new relationships and continuing to give our customers an outstanding experience.”
LandPro Equipment provides new and used lawn and garden, commercial, light industrial and agricultural equipment to western New York, northwestern Pennsylvania and now northeastern Ohio.