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Union Farm Equipment
1893 Heald Highway
Union, ME 04862
Phone: 207-785-4451
Email: kenk@unionfarmequip.com
Fax: 207-785-4267

Our Ag and Outdoor Power Equipment dealership is located at the junction of Routes 17 and 131 in Union, Maine, and is owned and managed by Ken and Debby Keiran.

We are proud of our 60-year history as a locally-owned and community-oriented business. Our pride stems from selling Ford tractors and equipment since 1949, and we have expanded our lines considerably over the years.

Today, we are your more than farm equipment store!


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January Special

SAVE 20% on FUEL TREATMENT PRODUCTS this month! Winter can wreak havoc with fuel, cold temperatures can cause diesel fuel to congeal, and fluctuating temperatures can produce condensation in fuel tanks. Why spend on costly repairs when an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Save on ...
January Special

Save 50% on a Cub Cadet snowblower cab with the purchase of a new snow blower. Already have a snowblower? Save 20% when you purchase the cab.
Used Equipment Updates January 18, 2019

The Used Equipment List has been updated. This week we have added a 2010 Kubota L1701 Bucket. You can see these units and the rest of our used equipment at: USED. Right now used equipment is selling well. We are looking for good, used equipment at the right price. If you have unneeded equipment ...
Used Equipment Updates January 11, 2018

The Used Equipment List has been updated. This week we we have added a 1995 Kubota L3300GST tractor and loader and a 2016 Kubota L6060HSTC cab tractor and loader. You can see these units and the rest of our used equipment at: USED. Right now used equipment is selling well. We are looking for ...
We now have Talon Ice Chains!

The second half of our chain order is finally here. We now have the Talon ice chains and the AMPC ice chains back in stock. Aquiline® Multi Purpose Chains are exactly what is needed when clearance is an issue and excellent traction is needed. Aquiline® Multi-Purpose Chains are aggressive ...