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Established in 1963 at the Netherton blacksmith workshop at Aberlemno, the founding partners initially only carried out repair and servicing on tractors and machinery.

The John Deere franchise was acquired in 1967 and by 1987 when the business was sold, and the new company of Netherton Tractors Limited came into being, the firm had become one of Scotland’s leading agricultural agencies for equipment sales and services, operating in Angus and Kincardine.

In 1995, having outgrown the Aberlemno site, the company moved to a custom built dealership on the old Tollmuir sawmill 1.75-hectare site next to the A90 dual carriageway, the main east cost route from Perth via Dundee to Aberdeen.

The site has three main adjoining buildings, each measuring 43m by 18m containing workshop, parts department, fabrication/blacksmith shop, sales and administration offices, display area and covered storage. There is ample outside storage at both the front and the rear of the buildings with vehicle access around the buildings and loading bays at the rear for 40ft artics and droptail lorries.

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