We recently wrote a very handy post on buying and selling salvaged farm tractor parts in Texas. What if you live in Oklahoma instead but you still want to offload parts of your old tractor or even do some shopping for a new one? Where would you go?
The following 8 Oklahoma farm tractor salvage yards are all great picks for buying and selling:
- Hagan Tractor Parts
- Country Equipment
- Tractor Bob’s LLC
- Wright Tractors
- The Tractor Yard
- Pioneer Equipment, Inc.
- Wanette Tractor
- Sturgeon’s Corner
Curious to learn more about any of these great Oklahoma-based farm tractor salvage yards? You’re in luck. In this article, we’ll provide more information on each, including addresses and phone numbers website links, and what you might expect to find should you venture out. You’re not going to want to miss it!
8 Oklahoma Farm Tractor Salvage Yards to Buy and Sell To
Hagan Tractor Parts
Starting off our list is Hagan Tractor Parts in Broken Arrow. This salvage yard got its start in 1987 and has been reliably in the same spot for more than two decades. That’s likely due to the spaciousness of the yard, which expands for three generous acres. If you’re in Tulsa, you can reach Hagan Tractor Parts easily.
You’ll find mostly John Deere parts here, but the salvage yard happily takes farm tractor parts from plenty of other brands. On their website, you can do some digital digging for such parts as undercarriages, transmissions, transaxles, seats, radiators, mufflers, and hydraulics. According to Hagan, they have even more than what’s advertised on their site, so give them a visit soon to see what’s in stock.
Hagan Tractor Parts is located on 7755 Old Highway 51, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, 74014. You can reach them by phone at 918-251-1851 or 800-3650-1851.
A mainstay across Oklahoma, Country Equipment has three locations: in Mustang, Oklahoma City, and Tuttle. They call themselves a full-service dealer of equipment and parts from such brands as Hustler, SCA, Kubota, and more. County Equipment also boasts a “small-town country atmosphere” you’ll love.
Although you don’t often find this at salvage yards, you can shop new tractors and equipment from brands like Kawasaki, Bear Cat, Stihl, Echo, Woods, and Jonsered. Of course, if you’re interested in buying used parts, these are available in spades.
You can browse them all on Country Equipment’s website, narrowing down your options by model year, farm tractor class, brand, type, and price. You might even be able to sell; contact Country Equipment to ask.
Country Equipment’s Mustang location is on 240 East State Highway 152, Mustang, Oklahoma 73064. You can reach them by phone at 405-376-9550. The Oklahoma City address is 8901 South I-35 Service Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73149.
This location’s phone number is 405-631-3664. The Tuttle address is 3 North Morgan Road, Tuttle, Oklahoma 73089. You can reach this location by phone at 405-392-3664.
Another great Oklahoma City salvage yard for your consideration is Tractor Bob’s. They specialize in equipment for landscaping, construction, and agricultural work. When you visit, expect rentals, parts, and full vehicles for sale. If you’re looking for Yanmar farm tractor parts in particular, this salvage yard is an authorized dealership for the brand.
Tractor Bob’s inventory changes all the time and is incredibly expansive, covering utility vehicles, trailers, construction equipment, hand tools, robotic mowers, tractors, and more. Sticking with the farm tractors, you can shop new or pre-owned, including whole farm tractors and parts.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Tractor Bob’s has a parts request page on their website where you can ask for exactly what you want.
Tractor Bob’s LLC is located on 500 East Interstate 240 Service Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73149. You can give them a call during business hours at 405-305-0512.
Yet a third salvage yard in Oklahoma City, Wright Tractors is a family-operated business that has a great reputation for exemplary customer service. Their inventory includes parts as well as tractors and farming vehicles from Briggs and Stratton, Kohler, Kawasaki, Mantis, Little Wonder, Bobcat, and LS Tractors.
That inventory, by the way, is quite all-encompassing, ranging from engines to generators, brush cutters, power cutters, mowers, sod cutters, sprayers, and more. You could pick up a 2007 L3400 Compact Tractor from Kubota for around $15,000 here or even a 2009 4120 farm tractor from John Deere for about $20,000. New equipment is also available, and Wright Tractors even offers financing for your purchase.
Wright Tractors is located on 8725 Northeast 23rd Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73141. Their phone number is 405-259-9302.
The Tractor Yard
Coweta’s the Tractor Yard is your resource for outdoor power equipment, construction equipment, landscaping gear, and lawn and farm equipment, be that in whole or in part. From medium-duty farm tractors to log grapplers, generators, backhoe attachments, and walking lawnmowers, you can find it all here. Even better is the Tractor Yard isn’t far from Tulsa.
Let’s look a little closer at the Tractor Yard’s stock. Their used tractors include such brands as Yanmar, Kubota, and John Deere. If you’re on the hunt for particular parts, these are available to peruse on the Tractor Yard’s website. Most of the time, to discern the price of the part, you will have to call the salvage yard directly. If you happen to have the parts number you’re looking for, you can also search it online to get just what you want. Stock changes often, so be sure to check back!
The Tractor Yard is located on 29861 State Highway 51, Coweta, Oklahoma 74429. You can reach them by phone at 888-492-6130.
Pioneer Equipment, Inc.
Providing you with “the right equipment for the right job,” Pioneer Equipment, Inc. has a lengthy history in Oklahoma, having first opened in 1973. Family-owned in all those decades, Pioneer buys and sells agriculture implements, attachments, farm equipment, skid steers, compact tractors, and commercial zero-turn mowers.
Like several of the other salvage yards we’ve covered, Pioneer boasts both new and used vehicles, including farm tractors. You can get your hands on a brand-spankin’ new 2020 farm tractor or an older model if that’s what your heart desires. Since Pioneer has such a huge inventory, you can search their website by manufacturer, serial number, stock number, vendor, or price to find what you need faster.
Pioneer Equipment, Inc. is located on 7001 South Council Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73169. You can reach them by phone at 405-745-3036, by fax at 405-745-2176, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need a Massey Ferguson, McCormick, or Landini farm tractor and you’re in the Wanette area, look no further than Wanette Tractor. This local salvage yard also stocks tractors and parts from your other favorite brands, among them Leyland, Minneapolis-Moline, Oliver, Tafe, Long, and many more.
Although their website doesn’t let you do a lot of searching, Wanette Tractor is clear they sell parts from past and present farm tractors. Even if you don’t live in Oklahoma, you can get the parts shipped to you across the country, which is quite convenient!
Wanette Tractor is located on 32985 Highway 39, Wanette, Oklahoma 74878. Their phone number is 405-383-7270 and their fax number is 405-383-2585.
We’ll wrap up with Sturgeon’s Corner in Meno. A family-run business, this Oklahoma farm tractor salvage yard got its start in 1962. They refer to themselves as a “regional hub” for those looking for industrial and agricultural equipment in Meno.
You can find rebuilt, used, and new parts for your favorite farm tractors as well as trucks, trailers, ATVs, combines, and more. Sometimes, Sturgeon’s Corner does consignment auctions on major stock. Otherwise, you can always stop by or even visit their eBay store. If you do prefer shopping online, some of their consignment bids use Proxibid so you can join in on the fun from work or home.
Sturgeon’s Corner is located on Highway 412, PO Box 128, Meno, Oklahoma 73760. Their toll-free phone number is 800-345-4456 and their main line is 580-776-2245.
If you’re a little sparse on farm equipment this season, check out your local Oklahoma salvage yards. There are tons of offerings in Oklahoma City, but you can also pick up your next great farm tractor or its parts in Meno, Wanette, Coweta, Tuttle, and Mustang. Keep these eight websites bookmarked and make it a point to see them all if you can!