We're Committed to Farmers

We stand behind every piece of equipment we sell because we use them every day. Our sales team knows how to operate and fix a corn head just as well as our service department. We know the daily struggles of life on the farm, we know the ins and outs of the farming business, and we’re here to ensure the long-term success of your family business.

We aim to be a long-term partner, not make a quick sale. When you wear a product out, we’ve got a fully-stocked inventory of parts for you. When something fails, we’ll come fix it. When you call, we’ll know who you are, where you are, and what you need.

You need a reliable shortline farming equipment partner to keep your farm operating at full strength and eliminate costly downtime. The continued success of your farm and the farming community means everything to us.

Whether your farm is down the road here in Indiana or states away, we’re here with the reliable equipment, service, and parts you need. Give us a call today and let’s build a relationship that grows from this generation to the next.

Our Roots

Still Growing Strong Today

Drago Indiana has only added the brands we feel will help us be at the forefront of agricultural innovation. Through a commitment to nurturing relationships and a flexible mindset, our team has created a solid foundation for reliable service and trustworthy knowledge. Since then, the dealership has grown each year, now boasting well over $2 million in available parts inventory on-site, a large staff dedicated to service, inspections, trade-ins, and sales, and the geographic footprint to handle the farm industry's needs year-round.

Drago Indiana now boasts over 20 employees that serve the Midwest proudly in parts, service, and sales. We annually serve hundreds of farmers and their equipment across the United States.

Indiana Agricultural
Marketing Internships

One of the best kept secrets is the Drago Indiana Internship program. Our internship program gives real world experience in all aspects of the sales and marketing process, with a unique focus on marketing. With our large marketing territory of anywhere from 85% to 100% of the tillable acres in Indiana, marketing takes on a very important role.

In the past, our interns have flown to North Dakota on a private plane to visit the Horsch factory, have flown to Illinois for the Horsch field day, and have visited one-on-one with the owners of Horsch over breakfast. Interns also play a key role in preparing for our annual field day event where we host over 400 people in early August.

Our internship opportunity is truly unique in the industry and is an excellent resume builder. Drago Indiana interns have gone on to work at a large marketing company in downtown Chicago, a territory manager for Corteva, started their own consulting business, or have returned to work for us.

Looking for interns who are self-driven think creatively want to build their resume

You probably won’t find us at the career fair, but we invite you to reach out to Ty Brown directly at 765-414-3323 and see what opportunities we have.

Meet Ty

Ty a 1992 graduate of Rossville High School and a 1996 graduate of Purdue University where he holds a B.S. in Agronomy. While at Purdue he was named the top student in Agronomy 3 of 4 years, and was part of the Purdue soils judging team and Agronomy club all 4 years. After graduation he returned to the farm as the 6th generation to do so. He married his college sweetheart whom he met in college in 1997. Sacha and he immediately became actively involved in the community. Ty and Sacha both served on Purdue Club of Clinton County, were 4H leaders, served a 2.5 year term on the Farm Bureau State Young Farmer Committee and Ty took State level 4H responsibilities served on the soil and water board as well as numerous other advisory roles.

We started Drago Indiana in 2007 because we wanted to make available to farmers what we felt was a better option for a corn header. In 2013 we added Horsch and 2017 we added Honey Bee and all for the same reasons; they just simply offered a better product than what the major OEM’s were offering.

What I enjoy the most about this job is those whom we work with and the challenge that this business offers of trying to find ways to do better by the customers and employees.

Meet Sacha

Sacha was born in Richmond Indiana and graduated from Purdue University in 1998 with a degree in Animal Sciences. She met Ty during her sophomore year and his senior year. After their first date, which was riding in a combine for 8 hours, they haven’t parted since. They were married the summer before Sacha’s senior year at Purdue. Ty had already graduated and begun farming with his dad. Sacha worked for Purdue in the Animal Disease and Diagnostic Lab at the vet school right after graduation. When their first child, Hannah, was born she stayed home to raise their daughter. Over the next 9 years, 3 more children were added to the family: Jayden, Landon, and Lauren. As Sacha was busy at home with the kids, she began helping the farm by paying bills and cooking some meals for the field. Sacha also stayed active by becoming the Ross Township 4-H leader and a member and officer of the Purdue Club of Clinton County, an alumni club for Purdue.

Once all the kids were in school, Sacha’s role increased at the farm. She moved into her new office at the farm and became head of HR, she not only paid the bills she also did all the payroll work for the farm employees. Once Drago Indiana began Sacha’s duties increased, the number of employees to help manage and do payroll for and harvest/planting meals increased with all the extra help for the fields. Sacha likes to be in a supporting role for Ty and the company.