Tractor Supply Corporate Office

Tractor Supply Corporate Office Address

Tractor Supply Company
200 Powell Place
Brentwood, TN 37027

Contact Tractor Supply

Phone Number: (615) 440-4000
Fax Number: (615) 484-4854
Email: Email Tractor Supply


CEO: James F. Wright
CFO: Anthony F. Crudele
COO: Gregory A. Sandfort

Tractor Supply History

Tractor Supply Company ,or TSC for short, began in 1938 as a mail order tractor parts business founded by Charles E. Schmidt, Sr.  In 1939, the first retail store opened in Minot, North Dakota.

In 1958, the company went public and growth accelerated.

In 1966, the company opens a stores in Ontario, Canada.

In 1969, the company is purchased by National Industries.  Then they are acquired by Fuqua Industries in 1978.

In 1982, a leveraged buyout (LBO) is led by upper management of the company.

In 1987, all Canadian stores are sold to Murray Cummins.

Today, TSC has over 1000 stores in 38 US states.  The Tractor Supply corporate office is located in Brentwood, Tennessee.

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Teresa June 25, 2015 at 6:56 pm

Your store in Midland, GA. the help needs to learn how to answer the phone, every place I worked it was company policy to answer the phone by the third ring. When I called the store 3 x’s within a 30 minute period, I know the phone rung over 25 times each call with NO ANSWER, the last time the phone went to a busy signal. They just lost a sell, I went some where else and purchased what I needed.


Gary June 24, 2015 at 11:49 am

I would love to shop at Tractor Supply but since I’m disabled find it real hard to get around you stores because you have no wheelchairs or electric scooters in any of your stores to accomodate people with disabilites. I’m able to get into the store with the help of my walker but because of the degree of my disability need a wheel chair or scooter from there. Iknow I’m not the only person with a disability that faces this problem, hopefully you’ll address this issue.


Sally edwards June 21, 2015 at 12:58 pm

Candy is melting at your store in bullhead city……shame.


anonymous June 10, 2015 at 10:59 am

Does tractor supply corporate people actually read these comments?


tsc June 9, 2015 at 11:52 am

my suggestion on giving veterans discounts so not just anyone can say they are one is ask for their id and enter that number from their id like with having to give dl numbers.


Carol abel June 3, 2015 at 2:32 pm

Dear Sirs: The following complaint was submitted to the Texas Attorney General’s Office for the actions of your store in Madisonville, Texas. I was just going to take the matter to arbitration, but now Tractor Supply is looking at court action due to the extenuating circumstances outlined below:

Description of complaint:
Dear Sir: Greetings and Salutations. We are respectfully requesting your authority and influence in a matter concerning fraudulent and irresponsible actions committed by Tractor Supply in Madisonville. TX. My wife purchased a Husky LT4200 42\” riding mower for my son, Jason Harris. We purchased additional \”Rider\” insurance for the mower for an additional 149.99. Ms. Lacey, the general manager of the store made two costly mistakes for which my family is paying the cost. Due to Ms. Lacey filling out the supplemental insurance incorrectly, the manufacturer (MTD) in Ontario, Canada voided the warranty on our mower. We were left with no recourse but to be totally monetarily responsible for the maintenance of the machine.. MTD also voided our warranty due to the fact that Ms. Lacey also sent our mower to an unauthorized maintenance facility earlier in the year. As general manager, she should have known that our particular mower, taken to the wrong facility, would invalidate our warranty. With our warranty invalid, that made the supplemental insurance worthless. Tractor Supply in Madisonville has been unwilling to give us a replacement mower citing it was not responsible, but referred us to our supplemental insurance which was now invalid. We were now stuck with a broke Lemon mower. My son, Jason, on the eve of June the 1st, went to the tractor supply to try to peacefully resolve the matter. The video and audio in the store will testify to the fact that my son attempted to resolve the issue with a controlled demeanor. One of the employees, in poor judgement during observation of the matter, called the Madisonville police. I believe this to be a I believe this to be a false report filed and am contemplating filing charges on this Tractor Supply employee. The Madisonville Police officer was extremely aggressive towards my son who has been deemed an incapacitated child over the age of twenty-one. The officer was aggressive towards my son even after being shown the proper Federal and Texas state identification which clearly state that my son is \” Communication Impaired\”. His condition was caused by a TBI. Today, June the 2nd, I spoke with the senior sergeant, SGT stubblefield, of the Madisonville Police department. I expressed my concerns about the responding officers behavior, where I once again referred to the store audio and video. The video and audio, I said, would show the numerous, unwarranted aggressive actions and speech of his officer towards my son. Tractor Supply should not be able to ignore and shirk the responsibilities they have to my family for their mistakes. My son, although mentally impaired, has almost negotiated a mower replacement when the officer came in. Sir, I am personally a 100 percent disabled combat veteran with twenty-two years of active service. Jason is disabled as is my wife who receives no compensation of her own. We are a disabled household,living on a much earned and deserved fixed compensation. In closing, Your Honor, I am respectfully asking for your office\’s assistance with these issues. My family really needs a mower replacement and all we ask is not to be subjected to unwarranted aggressiveness. Sincerely and Respectfully, Floyd L. Abel, Jr, MSG, USA, NSA (Retired), 13891 County road 112,Centerville, TX 75833 Phone: (903) 642-****

Postscript: MTD has yet to respond to us. They have voided our warranty fully knowing that we were not, in any way, at fault for the condition of the mower. The mower is only a year old and still looks new.


Amanda Strickland May 27, 2015 at 2:48 pm

How do I file a complaint about an employee at one of your stores? I have left a message and spoke with the Manager of the store and I have not had any satisfaction. I spend thousands of dollars a year in your store……But I gladly go somewhere else.


barb May 22, 2015 at 1:58 pm

Why doesn’t an “All American” store (Tractor Supply) give a veterans discount? This not only sickens me but the customers who were in line with me were disgusted. I am a veteran and have a huge circle of fellow veterans who have served and are still serving our country. I would appreciate an honest answer.


Elizabeth McLure May 27, 2015 at 7:50 am

When the Company doesn’t even care about their employees why would he care about our veterans it is an awful awful company to work for I took all of my business elsewhere I don’t care what their prices are


tsc June 9, 2015 at 11:29 am

No, they don’t care about their employee’s or what they do and continue to do and get away with. They don’t keep a good check on how things are being run or rudeness by management and cashiers. When an employee can cuss a customer out in front of the store and show vulgarity and get by with it something is terribly wrong so why would they give a veterans discount. I am not talking all management at this particular store or all cashiers but a select few and corporate should know who they are because they have been complained about but nothing done. So what does this say about higher up in corporate. They don’t care. If you get a complaint about employees and wrong doing why do you pass it off instead of sending someone in to investigate and talk to the employees and take statements and make that store a better place to shop and work. And set up a veterans discount for heaven sake.


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