Huber tractor is a brand with a rich history. Founded in 1837 by Charles and Henry Huber, the company began as a small blacksmith shop in Ohio. In the early years, the Huber brothers made horse-drawn carriages and wagons. In fact, they were one of the first companies to mass-produce these vehicles.
As transportation changed in the early 1900s, so did Huber tractors. The company began manufacturing agricultural equipment such as plows and harvesters. They also produced their first tractor in 1909. Today, Huber tractors offer a full line of agricultural equipment as well as construction equipment like excavators and loaders.
The Huber factory in Marion, Indiana, was sold in the 1960s and closed in 1977.