Lucas Ag Center, LLC was established in 2009
Lucas Ag Center believes in treating people with dignity and respect. Being honest and providing customers with service, the old fashioned way. We expect all employees to give customers a personal touch and go above and beyond what is expected, always.
We believe we are here not only to be a profitable business, but to support our community by providing quality products at a fair price. We also strive to purchase American made products whenever possible in an effort to support our country and American businesses.
How Lucas Ag Center came to be:
Dwayne and Kimberly, with three of their four children, live in Washington County on a small farm. They use New Holland tractors and equipment to feed their livestock and maintain the farm. When Dwayne heard news of the New Holland dealership’s contract expiring in Washington County, he was concerned he would have to travel in order to get parts and service for his equipment. Also knowing that many others in the community would have to do the same, he investigated becoming a New Holland dealer. In addition, Dwayne anticipated high demand for agricultural equipment due to a robust growth in the industry.
Dwayne is also active in his family’s business, Lucas Oil Products, which is one of the fastest growing companies in the USA. Dwayne shares his expertise in sales, consulting, product testing, advertising, and design work with many different industries; a practice that exemplifies his broad knowledge and solid relationships with companies nationwide. Kimberly has a background in business development and manages the company’s daily operations and human resources. The couple, their team of skilled employees, and solid supplier network, places Lucas Ag Center on track to becoming one of the most successful dealerships in Indiana.
Lucas Ag Center is a “Center” for all types of equipment and farm supplies. The idea is to provide a convenient place where homeowners and businesses can get the products needed to run their farm, ranch, business or homestead.