Dragoon's Farm Equipment has been a family-owned business since 1953. It started as an International Harvester dealership by Floyd Dragoon and later taken over by his son, John Dragoon, in 1965. John's sons Gary and Wayne, daughter Jennifer, and grandson Daniel are also in the family business.
We have 20 employees at this time. There are three people in parts, two office employees, eight shop mechanics, three set-up and delivery people, one shop foreman, and three salespeople.
We carry a complete line of lawn and garden equipment and also a full array of farm equipment.
Our business motto is: "We service what we sell." We pride ourselves in the service we deliever to our customers. It's the reason we have been able to stay in business for so long.
We can ship either by UPS or FedEx to any of the continental 48 states. Please contact any of our three parts people with questions to any parts problems at (518) 236-7110 or (518) 236-7148 or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our main lines are tractors, compact tractors, farm equipment, skid loaders, lawn and garden equipment, generators, gas grills, and utility vehicles. In addition to a very large selection of used equipment and parts, we also carry tires for agricultural, lawn, and garden equipment. We ship parts via UPS to our customers whenever necessary.
In reality, service is our main business. Some of the services we offer include on-site repairs of agricultural equipment and tire repairs, pick-up and delivery, providing loaner equipment while yours is in the shop, and tutorial explanations and demonstrations of equipment when we deliver it. We can do on-site welding for you and we will make hydraulic hoses for you as needed. We gladly give quotes for insurance purposes and we even have a wide variety of Ertl toys and collectibles.
Our area of service includes Clinton, Franklin, and Essex counties in New York, northwest Vermont, and southwest Quebec and southeast Ontario in Canada.