Our History

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Our early Beginnings

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Don Young and Roy Lowe started the legacy of Lowe and Young

1949
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DonRoyLowe

Don Young left and Roy Lowe Jr right

classic tractors

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New Holland Hay and Forage

We took on the New Holland hay and forage line of equipment

1952
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Massey Ferguson line

We took on the Massey Ferguson line of equipment

1959
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Late 1970's

late1970s

Keith Winkler (left) and Merle Birch (right) ran the parts department. The old card file had over 33,000 parts inventory cards that were replaced by our first computer in 1989.

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Ownership

1979

In 1979 Lowe & Young became a corporation when Roy Lowe Jr sold his stock to Walter Stutz (left) and Carlton Steiner (right). Don Young (center) was the president.

1979
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1980's

1980s krone

1980s krone hay

Lowe & Young started selling Krone hay and forage equipment.

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1980's

1980s kinze

Lowe & Young started selling Kinze planters and grain carts

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Ford line

We took on the Ford line of tractors, which grew the business again

1986
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Carlton Steiner retired

Carlton Steiner retired as President/CEO and sold his majority stock position to the current owners, Bill Hartzler, Jason Steiner, Craig Forrer and Bill Boreman.

2011
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Lowe & Young

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We currently have 35 employees total in the service, sales, parts and accounting departments. With a total combined experience of hundreds of years, we have the knowledge and know how to help you out and keep your operation up and going.

2020

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