Boykin Tractor Company

Bert and Leah Boykin founded Boykin Tractor Company in 1958. They built their business on the same principles as Boykin Tractor Company is run today. Quality products, honest and straightforward dealings, and excellent customer service the initial manufacturers at boykin tractor company in 1958 were ford tractor company and bush hog implements. Buddy Boykin joined the family business after graduating from college in 1981. He and his wife, Lucy, bought the dealership from his parents in 1992. Buddy feels that a large part of Boykin Tractor Company`s success over the years is due in part to the excellent employees that work at Boykin Tractor. While they are still young men, several of the employees have been at Boykin Tractor Company for thirty years and they all care deeply about helping the customer and give quality customer service.

Company details

Highway 35 West , Rainsville , Alabama 35986 USA

Locations Served

Our Manufacturers

Business Type:
Distributor
Industry Type:
Agriculture
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

In 1998 Boykin Tractor Company purchased the Kubota franchise from Harrison Implement in Fort Payne, Alabama. Kubota Tractor Corporation has quickly taken over a majority of the business at Boykin Tractor Company as it has done at other dealerships across the United States. Kubota has numerous manufacturing facilities in the United States. One of the local industries, The Gas House, in Fort Payne, Alabama provides many parts for Kubota products.

At Boykin Tractor Company they believe that if you want a quality product at a fair price with service after the sale, then we can do some business. They are located on Highway 35 in Rainsville, Alabama just 7 miles from I-59 and 17 miles from Scottsboro, Alabama.

At Boykin Tractor Company we believe that if you want a quality product at a fair price with service after the sale, then we can do some business. If you are looking for tractors and equipment at a fair price with honest dealings then stop in. We are located on Highway 35 in Rainsville, Alabama just 7 miles from I-59 and 17 miles from Scottsboro, Alabama.