Welcome to the newest and largest John Deere dealer organization in Southern Nebraska and Northern Kansas, Oregon Trail Equipment (OTE). OTE was started in 2003 by the combining of three well-established dealers; Green Way Equipment in Beatrice, NE and Marysville, KS; South Central Equipment in Fairfield, NE; Washington Implement in Washington, KS; plus two locations purchased at Hebron and Superior, NE. We currently have 7 locations at Beatrice, Fairfield, Hastings, Hebron, Red Cloud and Superior, Nebraska and Marysville, Kansas. OTE sells and services John Deere Agricultural Equipment, John Deere Skid Steer Equipment as well as John Deere Consumer & Commercial Equipment.
John Deere dealer for tractors, farm equipment, combines, planters, sprayers, lawn care equipment, skid steers available at Oregon Trail Equipment; Your source for used tractors, combines, planters, hay balers, skid steers and sprayers in Nebraska and Kansas.
At Oregon Trail Equipment our combined management team has over 300 years of family history with John Deere and we are committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations and providing growth, stability and success for our customers as well as our employees.
Dedicated to exceeding our customers’ expectations Oregon Trail Equipment (OTE) has seven (7) locations that cover more than 11000 square miles of prime productive farmland in Nebraska and Kansas. With locations in Beatrice, Hebron, Superior, Fairfield, Hastings and Red Cloud, Nebraska and Marysville, Kansas our team of 150 + employees is focused on satisfying our customers’ needs for equipment, parts and service to keep their operation running at peak performance and to do that with the utmost integrity.
Whether you are looking for a new or used piece of quality farm equipment, lawn and landscape or skid steer loader or other equipment to keep your operation going, with our large trade territory we have the ability to satisfy most all you needs. We also maintain a large RTK network that allows our customer the information and accuracy that today’s precision farming requires.