Skip to main content
AgricultureFeaturedLocalNews

Agland/Martin Deerline form Horizon Ag & Turf

File Photo

 

With the evolving needs of customers and employees in mind, Martin Deerline (Edmonton) and Agland (Lloydminster) announced they will merge operations effective July 31, subject to necessary approvals and due diligence. 

Both operations have complementary goals, cultures, and a shared vision for the future. The combined entity will be rebranded “Horizon Ag and Turf.”

“This partnership is a significant step forward in our strategy to continue to build a strong, relevant business that focuses on taking care of our staff, our customers, and our suppliers, the three pillars of our business. We both have a long successful history in the Agricultural, Construction and Turf businesses, and this is a natural move forward for us” said Agland’s current GM Cam Kay. Kay will continue to lead the overall business as CEO of the newly formed entity, Horizon Ag & Turf.

“The Martin Deerline and Agland teams have been neighbouring dealers and friends for nearly 60 years and we are excited to see this opportunity come to fruition,” said Cam Martin, current CEO of Martin Deerline. 

“Going forward, we will have expanded inventories, more product specialists, and the ability to provide more timely, innovative solutions.” 

“Both teams have built their businesses based on providing premium brands and backing them up with strong values, a love for the business, and the desire to deliver exceptional experiences for customers. We are excited about the future of this partnership” added Darren Lindsay, current operations manager of Agland.

Martin (Edmonton), and Lindsay (Lloydminster) will serve as the operations managers of their respective regional dealership locations at Horizon Ag & Turf. 

Merrill Martin (Edmonton) and Wayne Peyre (Westlock) will serve on the board of directors alongside Cam Martin, Darren Lindsay and Cam Kay.