Brown Products manufactures the most durable, versatile, and dependable outdoor power equipment you will ever own. With the highest standards in quality, Brown Products equipment is built to last. But don`t just take it from us, see what our customers have to say. Brown Products Incorporated will continue manufacturing the Brown TrenchMaster, BrushOx, BedEdger, WireMaster, EdgeMaster and Blower-Vac products. Though the name of the company is different, each of these familiar product lines will continue to be manufactured with the same high quality standards for which Brown is so well known. All management and staff of this family owned-and-operated company were employees of Brown Manufacturing Corporation, so they bring with them a long-standing dedication to each product line.
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Brown Products Incorporated is an outgrowth of Brown Manufacturing Corporation, and is housed in a new 35,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Tri-State Industrial Park. Our new manufacturing facility is located near Dothan, Alabama, approximately 10 miles from our former factory between Pinckard & Midland City.
Furthermore, the new modern facility is equipped with the latest technology and equipment, so Brown Products Incorporated is more than ready to meet every manufacturing requirement for each existing and future product line.
We at Brown Products Inc. are excited about our future, our new location, and the opportunities before us. We pledge to continue building the highest quality and most durable, robust outdoor power equipment in the industry.
Brown Products, an outgrowth of Brown Manufacturing Corporation, moved into its new facility in October of 2007. Within this new, modern facility it has continued to improve and expand a time-tested line of outdoor power equipment that has existed since 1985.
The History of Brown Manufacturing Corporation
Brown Manufacturing Corporation was founded in 1944 by Paul and Sara Brown. Their first product was a mule drawn log skidding device which was well received by all the portable sawmill owners throughout the southeast United States. In 1948 they began a transition from the logging industry to the farm machinery industry, as the nation's farms were rapidly becoming mechanized.
Brown Mfg. Corp. was instrumental in mechanizing the digging and harvesting of peanuts. Brown Mfg Corp. built the first tractor hitch mounted peanut digger, which allowed the peanut combine to be pulled through the field, which eliminated the need to haul peanuts to a stationary combine. Brown Mfg. Corp. has also built numerous other types of farm equipment throughout the years, including rotary cutters, tilt-bed trailers, disc harrows, post hole diggers, portable elevators, row crop cultivators, rolling cultivators, in-row sub-soiling no till planters and a high residue cultivator.
William P. Brown and Richard C. Brown assumed the day to day operations of the company in 1975. They began to diversify the operation in 1979 with the addition of a new product line which is now known as the Brown Tree Cutter. The tree cutter is used for removing trees and brush from under utility power lines as well as for general land clearing.
The outdoor power equipment division was added in 1985 to address the landscaping and miniature trenching needs of the professional landscaper as well as the cable TV and satellite dish industry. The products manufactured in this division consist of three models of mini-trenchers, a flowerbed edger, an industrial grade curb edger and a heavy duty, self-propelled brush cutter.
In October of 2007 the management of Brown Manufacturing Corporation determined that, due to continued growth throughout all product lines, the outdoor power equipment division would be relocated and owned and operated by a separate corporation known as Brown Products, Inc. with William P. Brown as President. Brown Manufacturing Corporation retains all products within the agricultural and utility divisions, and the manufacturing of these products continues at the original Ozark location with Richard C. Brown as President.