For decades Dick Green has been a trusted name in the farm equipment business. After coming back from Viet Nam in 1971, Dick and his father, Bill, started to sell equipment as Green and Son. Green and Son originally started at the home location on St. Rt. 665 east of London. The two sold used tractors and implements. They also sold new equipment such as, Black Manufacturing, McCurdy, Cobey, HICO, and Raydees. In the late 1980`s Green and Son moved most of their machinery to U.S. 42, north of London. This is where Dick and his two sisters owned and operated Tri-Green Auction. Dick`s son, Billy, went to work for Green & Son full time in 1990. Dick`s other son, Phil, came on board in 1992. In the spring of 2000, Dick, Billy, and Phil formed Green and Sons, Ltd. As it continued to grow, Green and Sons, Ltd. moved back to the `home place` on St. Rt. 665. There they sold many tractors and implements from a variety of manufacturers.