Montana Tractors farm tractors
Montana Tractors was founded in 2004 by Dan Dowling, Charlie Goforth and J.B. Hunt in Arkansas, USA where it operated under the parenthood of JB Hunt Trucking company. The brand supplied utility and compact-sized tractors to the US market from 2004 to 2010. These tractors were primarily manufactured under the LG brand, whereas later on the name of the company was changed to LS. Besides LS, the company also supplied tractors of various other manufacturers under its brand name which included Kukje, TYM, Sonalika and Escorts. However, a major setback came to Montana Tractors in 2010 when LS started selling its own tractors to the US market thereby eliminating the supply line of Montana’s principal supplier. Although Montana Tractors tried hard to find an alternative supplier and keen efforts to enter an agreement with Branson Tractors were made, still they went in vain which finally lead to the company’s name disappearing from this segment in 2010. During the course of its operations, Montana tractors offered a total of 34 models to its customers. These machines had power ranging from 23 to 88 horsepower. Some of the famous tractor models presented by Montana included but were not limited to U4984C, T2334 and 3440.