OVER 75 YEARS OF AMERICAN HERITAGE | Roll over a star to learn more about our locations rooted in America.

When Troy-Bilt® changed the American farming landscape back in 1937 by revolutionizing the rototiller, we were doing something we still strive for today: making the American dream a reality.

Proudly headquartered in Valley City, Ohio, and with multiple manufacturing locations across the country, including Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Mississippi, Troy-Bilt is strongly committed to the communities we're a part of and keeping America working as hard as we can.

Handheld products division headquarters: design, testing and engineering of all handheld products.
  • Proud sponsors of the Beds For Kids program to purchase beds for underprivileged families.
  • Annual participant in the American Cancer Society�s �Making Strides Against Breast Cancer� event.
  • Yearly supporter of the Adopt-A-Family program to ensure underprivileged families receive a holiday meal and gifts.
Tupelo is the birthplace of more than a music legend; it�s where our walk-behind mowers, tillers and chipper shredders are manufactured.
  • Raised more than $37,000 for the local United Way in 2013.
  • Annual participant in the �Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.�
  • Supporter of the local Salvation Army and Food for Families program.
  • Fundraising partner for the Le Bonheur Children�s Hospital.
In Leitchfield, we manufacture transmissions. It may sound simple, but creating a transmission that�s durable and reliable enough for Troy-Bilt� equipment requires a hardworking and finely tuned process. A process all our plants rely on.
  • Established multiple engineering scholarships for Western Kentucky University and career prep for local high schools.
  • Created a machining program at Grayson County Vocational School.
  • Sponsors of more than 30 education clubs and extracurricular activities for local schools.
The Martin plant manufactures a variety of products, including lawn tractors, zero-turn mowers and log splitters.
  • Proud sponsor of the �Taste of Weakley and Obion Counties� benefiting the Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse.
  • Raised over $48,000 for the American Cancer Society�s 2013 �Relay for Life.�
  • Raised over $63,000 for the United Way in 2013, helping more than 14 different nonprofit organizations in Martin and Weakley counties.
In Shelby, we assemble, package and ship all aftermarket and service parts.
  • Annual corporate participant in the American Cancer Society�s �Relay for Life� to raise money for cancer research.
  • Employees participate in food and clothing drives to support the Salvation Army and the Shelby Help Line.
  • Annually donate more than 100 pints of blood through American Red Cross blood drives.
Corporate Headquarters
  • Participate in the Charity Choice Campaign benefiting the Salvation Army, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, American Heart Association, American Cancer Society and the United Way.
  • Sponsor 3 blood drives a year for the American Red Cross and bowl-a-thons for Junior Achievement.
  • Yearly Christmastime Women�s Shelter Giving Tree donations and Adopt-A-Family partnerships.
  • Established the MTD Employee Foundation � employees helping employees in need.
Our Willard plant manufactures powerful lawn tractors, our reliable snow throwers and the Neighborhood Rider.
  • Raised more than $330,000 for the Needy Kids Fund to buy toys for 11,000 underprivileged children in the Willard community.
  • Spearheaded a program to teach safety to elementary children in the Willard community.
  • Sponsor the Willard school system to teach elementary school children about character building.