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Tractor Supply - The history

Tractor Supply Company was founded in 1938 and its fundamental goal was to become well-known mail-order catalog business, that potential customers, mostly farmers, would use to order tractor parts from. After only a year firm has decided to open a first retail store in Minot, North Dakota.

From 1939 the company was prospering very well and the business was becoming extremely successful.

In 2004 the Tractor Supply's name was mentioned on the fastest growing businesses list in the United States in Fortune Magazine.

Currently, the company stores are located mainly in towns in rural areas of major cosmopolitan markets and in agricultural communities. Tractor Supply is operating 1,700 stores in 49 states and is a market leader with annual revenues of $7.26 billion.