In the nearly 70 years that we’ve served as West Texas’ local John Deere dealer, we’ve seen changes of all kinds come and go. But no matter what each change of the season brings, there’s one thing that has always remained constant: our community.
Community is the cloth from which all West Texas culture is cut, and nothing is more important to us, our company, and our culture. In our Harvesting Hope series, we’ve placed the spotlight on a number of different organizations, non-profits, and clubs that operate within the areas that we serve.
If ever you’ve been curious about the breadth and depth of what community means to West Texas and the culture at Hurst Farm Supply, here’s a quick look!
Harvesting Hope, the Hurst Way
We’ve always been local, and we always will be. That means giving our customers the help they need and supporting the organizations they support, as well as the organizations that support them.
Some of these include sponsorship for local sports organizations ranging from little league up to various local high school athletic programs.
We’ve also given back to a variety of community programs like the Boys and Girls Club of Lubbock, the Texas Boys Ranch Children's home and the Hale County Youth Association.
Some of the support we provide has also come in the form of helping feed the members of our community that are at risk of going hungry by supporting the South Plains Food Bank, various Meals on Wheels programs, and other similar organizations.
We are also incredibly proud to support the first responders that protect our communities, including surrounding Volunteer Fire Department, as well as several county ambulance services.
In addition to these, our team has also shown support to booster clubs, local 4-H and FFA organizations, religious organizations and many more. West Texas culture is diverse, and there’s no limit to the support and pride that we provide in our attempt to give back to those that support us.