Dixie Chopper assets acquired

The Alamo Group will place the brand within its agriculture division.

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SEGUIN, Texas – Alamo Group announced today that it has acquired the assets of the Dixie Chopper business from Textron Outdoor Power Equipment, a subsidiary of Textron Inc.

Dixie Chopper manufactures a wide range of commercial and high end residential mowing equipment. The business, which is currently based in Greencastle, Indiana, has been serving this market for nearly 40 years.

Ron Robinson, Alamo Group's president and chief executive officer said, "We are pleased to have completed the acquisition of Dixie Chopper. They are an iconic brand in the zero turn mowing industry and provide both a range of products and channel coverage that will complement and enhance our platform for growth.  They will become part of Alamo Group's Agricultural Division." 

Rick Raborn, the executive vice president of Alamo Group's Agricultural Division commented, "We are truly excited to be further investing in the outdoor power equipment channel with an established brand such as Dixie Chopper.  We look forward to working with our new team members and supporting all of our new dealers in an effort to grow in this market."