HRN Tractors Ltd was founded by the Barclay family in 1980. The Barclay family is a well known and respected family throughout the farming community up and down the country.
Harry Barclay and his son Neil Barclay founded HRN Tractors in 1980. The Barclays began by selling used machinery to both the home and export market before the opportunity arose to acquire the John Deere franchise. They now have strong relationships with many other well known manufacturers.
As well as the agricultural machinery side of the business they also farm over 2000 arable acres and rear both commercial and Pedigree cattle herds – Harestone Charolais.
HRN Tractors continued to expand and in 2001 Neil’s son, Stuart Barclay, joined the family business.
We try wherever possible to ensure that the needs and expectations of our customers are met at all times therefore we rely on our team of experienced staff. To this end we are very fortunate that some members of our staff have been with the company for many years.
Insch, Aberdeenshire was the first depot opened and is HRN’s largest depot. Headed by General Manager Hamish Bruce, who also manages HRN’s other locations. HRN Tractors Sales Team is well respected within the farming community. Hamish and his staff have built an enviable reputation of being able to supply new and used equipment to HRN’s customers at market leading prices. Insch may only be a small village but the nearby train station allows connection to Aberdeen Airport which is only 30 minutes away.
Sales – Derek Wight, David Hay
Parts Manager – Stuart Strachan
Service Manager – Robert Smith
Turriff depot was bought in 1984 providing a more local service for those in the far north east around Turriff and the Fraserburgh area. The depot underwent a full refurbishment in 2010 and it now offers a purpose-built service department and a fully stocked parts department, in effect doubling the capacity of the branch.
Sales – Neil Webster, Alan Gaul
Parts Manager – Graeme Metcalfe
Service Manager – Kevin Emslie
HRN Tractors Kinloss was purpose built, and opened in May 1999 to cater for customers in Morayshire and The Highlands. It offers a medium size stockholding of new and used machines and is well equipped to handle all your parts and servicing requirements.
Sales – Fraser Durno, Ivan Nicol
Parts Manager – William Adam
Service Manager – Graham Tyson
Opened in May 2013 is our Muir of Ord depot, branching out to the north west of Scotland, to serve the Inverness and Dingwall area. It offers a medium size stockholding of new and used machines. There is a busy parts department and large workshop area with 3 service technicians as well as office staff.
Sales – Scott Taylor
Parts Manager – Shem Alliston
Service Manager – Keith Ross
Earnvale Tractors is based at Balbeggie in Perthshire. Although they have been established for over 40 years, they have been part of the HRN family controlled company, since 1982 when it was purchased from the Guinness Group. Earnvale Tractors relocated to a purpose built depot in 1999 which now includes a combine storage shed. The Harvest Centre, which was built in 2008, has since been increased to double the original size and can now house 20 combines undercover.
Manager – Will Fleming
Sales – Iain Anderson, Blair Allan, Gavin Imlay
Parts Manager – Watt Mitchell
Service Manager – Bob Band
Agritrac Exports was founded in 2004 and specialises in export sales. The new depot near Stirling in the heart of Scotland provides ideal transportation links and access via the M80/M9, with Glasgow and Edinburgh Airport each only 30 minutes away. They have many years of experience in global network transportation systems, and a dedicated multi-lingual sales team to deal with enquiries from around the globe.
We welcome enquiries from abroad for new and used tractors and agricultural machinery - we have the knowledge and expertise to handle all your shipping requirements.
We work closely with our partners Agritrac Exports to offer the most efficient exporting process and ensure your machinery arrives safely.
Clothing and gifts galore in the merchandise store - something for everybody, including a wide range of John Deere goodies.