Little Morden Service (1987) Ltd. is very proud to be a family owned and operated business since its formation in 1987. It was at that time, that Henry Penner together with a partner purchased an existing dealership whose main lines of equipment consisted of Ford New Holland and Versatile. It wasn’t long before the business grew and expanded and a new facility was needed in order to meet the needs of its customers; as a result, an adjacent property was purchased to accommodate the growth of the business in future years. In 1999, a decision was made to partner with Massey Ferguson, Buhler and Kubota, a decision that proved to be very rewarding for the growth of the business as well as its customers. Staying true to its family origin, Little Morden Service is presently operated by brothers Abe and Will Penner.
Little Morden Service is committed to providing our customers with the newest cutting-edge products, as well as providing a comprehensive tractor rental service. Tractor rentals are a large part of our business and we have a variety of four wheel drive and mechanical front wheel assists to choose from.
Little Morden Service is the OEM dealer for Massey Ferguson, Kubota and Versatile. We also carry various short line manufacturers such as Morris, Farm King, Convey-all, Cub-Cadet and Outback Guidance Systems.
Little Morden Service, at present, employs a staff of about thirty dedicated individuals who deem customer service as their number one priority. Our Sales Department consists of Co-owner and General Manager Abe Penner, Co-Owner Will Penner, as well as, Tom Martens, and Bob Miller. Our Parts Department is managed by Frank Penner and our Service Department is managed by Bernie Loewen. All our staff are continually training within their field to provide our customers with the best service possible.
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Little Morden Service is your one stop solution for all your farm equipment needs. Our knowledgeable staff is always available to answer any questions or concerns that you may have. Contact us now to discuss all your farm equipment and acreage maintenance requirements.