We are Corey Chappell and Brad Chappell, the 4th generation of Chappell Tractor. Since 1955, our family has hand selected and diversified our product lines to carry the quality products you should have like used Kubota compact tractors and New Stihl Power Equipment at our facilities are in Milford and Brentwood, New Hampshire.
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From the first Fordson sold out of the family barn to today... Chappell Tractor continues to treat all customers like gold.Perley Chappell
Our great-grand father, Perley, liked machines. Back in the thirties he was one of the first dairy farmers (way up in Clarkesville, New Hampshire) to own a tractor.
After the family moved down to Milford, his son, and our grand father George, figured they might start selling tractors out of the family barn (George really liked machines). Perley had the knack of one liners. Many hold true today. One in particular comes to mind, 'Hope milk gets so scarce you have to have a prescription to get any.'
George instilled a work ethic geared to customer satisfaction and loyalty. He felt if we treated people right they would continue to come back. That is why at Chappell Tractor we sell and service the
Find new and used bulldozers, compact tractors, crawler excavators, tractor and wheel loaders, construction equipment, small mowers, saws, trimmers and blowers by Mahindra, Kubota, New Holland and Stihl.
In 1960, the dealership moved to a 36 x 72 (a whopping 3,000 sq. ft.) cement block building on Route 13. The development of Route 101 in 1970 forced a move to a 7,200 sq. ft. structural steel building up the road with an addition of a lawn and garden showroom that followed not too long after. In 1985 our fathers (Kent and Roger Chappell) built the unique post and beam building Kubota Tractor Saleswe are in now. It was a big leap to go from 9,840 sq. ft. to almost 25,000 sq. ft. but they were up for the challenge! It really paid off as all customer groups learned to enjoy the new feel of a post and beam facility.