MAGNOLIA, Ohio — Drotleff Marketing and Equipment, owned by Jay Drotleff, was started in April 2009 and has one full-time employee and one part-time employee.
COLUMBIANA, Ohio — The staff and owners at Phil’s Sales and Service in Columbiana pride themselves on service to keep customers happy.
Toledo Spring and Toledo Auto Electric, owned by Brad Rubini and located at 5015 Enterprise Blvd., Toledo, offers parts and service for trucks and trailers. They also rebuild starters, alternators and generators for farm and industrial.
Simmons Grain Co. is committed to servicing the needs of area farmers as shown by their investment in new bin space and grain handling equipment.
GREENWICH, Ohio — Richland Laminated Columns LLC, a manufacturer of post frame foundation, opened for business in 2004. The company makes laminated columns treated on the lower end and distribute the post hold pads and pest protector.
DEERFIELD, Ohio — Timely equipment, facility upgrades and service-minded team members are responsible for strengthening Deerfield Farms Service and its customers, and putting them above the competition.
OTTAWA, Ohio — Since 1934 the Ohio Famers Union has been a proponent and defender of Ohio’s family farms.
GROVE CITY, Pa. — Lamb and Webster began in 1960 with its first location in Springville, N.Y., then it built its North Java, N.Y. location in 1986 and, in 2002, opened the Woodhull, N.Y. site.
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — Lemon’s Farm Equipment has been serving customers throughout the tri-state area for 54 years, and it hopes to be here for another 54 years. In fact, the company added a new showroom and new shop, building on its commitment to the region’s farmers.
LISBON, Ohio — Gause Equipment Inc. was started by Charles “Chuck” Gause and Francis Richey in 1956, and was known as Gause and Richey, a pick-up and delivery service. Then Gause secured an International Harvester franchise. At that time, the business was surrounded by cornfields.