Cahall Bros. Inc. was established in October of 1953 by brothers Calvin and Perry Cahall along with their wives Ruth and Virginia. Originally housed on 2.25 acres on South Main St. in Georgetown, OH the site grew to include an additional 2.5 acres. For twenty-five years Calvin and Perry owned and operated the business. In 1978, Calvin and his wife Ruth took over full proprietorship, adding their sons Kyle in 1974 and Roland in 1982. In 1997, with pride and faith, Calvin and Ruth passed the business onto their sons Kyle and Roland.
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Relocated in 2004, Cahall Bros. Inc. boasts a 14 acre lot with a 44,000 sq. ft. storefront/shop at the corner of St. Rt. 68 & Hamer Rd in Georgetown. In 2006, Cahall Bros. Inc. became a multi-store location by acquiring and opening a location in Amelia (Clermont County) Ohio that concentrates on primarily Lawn & Garden Equipment. This location is operated by Kyle's son, Cory Cahall. In September 2009 a third location was added in Flemingsburg, Kentucky that sells and services both agriculture and lawn & garden equipment. In April of 2010, the store was moved to a newly renovated facility that provides better visibility and access for customers. The Flemingsburg, KY store is operated by Kyle’s son, Tobias Cahall.
Ten years after becoming a John Deere agricultural equipment, parts and service organization, Cahall Bros., Inc. added the John Deere Consumer Product line making Cahall Bros. Inc. a full service John Deere dealer. Although John Deere is one of the most highly respected agricultural equipment manufacturers in the world, Cahall Bros. Inc. chose to enhance their product line by including Stihl, Farm King, Demco, Unverferth, Beefco and Frontier.
Cahall Bros. Inc. started with five employees in 1953 and now employs 50 full and part time/seasonal employees.
The success of this organization has always been and continues to be the dedication and pride of the Cahall family and the many wonderful people that work for them.