Frost Farm Services has been a family business since owner Ted Frost’s father Jack launched it in 1955. Jack, a dairy farmer, began the business by helping out his local farming community. From their first franchise, McCulloch Chainsaws, on up through the wide range of farm and lawn and garden tools they sell and service today, the family has worked hard to keep up with industry changes and in turn, bring that expertise their customers.
Experience, Expertise, and Willingness to Help
“The biggest thing,” Ted Frost says, “is expertise. We specialize in helping local communities. Whether a guy’s a farmer, or has milk or beef cows, he’s relying on that for his income. His crop is his cash flow, if he can’t get it in it’s worthless.”
That’s why the team at Frost Farm Service goes the extra mile – from keeping nearly a half a million dollars in parts on hand to be able to meet any emergency swiftly, to knowing exactly what part a customer needs.
“If it’s something we sold, I can tell the customer what he owns, model, etc. and find the parts for them,” Ted says.