Deen Implement Company was originally established in 1933 as J.E. Deen and Sons in downtown Wills Point, TX. Beginning as an International Harvester dealership, J.E. Deen and Sons supplied the equipment needs of a booming rural cotton industry. In 1959, J.E. Deen and Sons became known as Deen Implement Company when Ted Deen Sr became the sole partner. Over the years, the landscape of Wills Point, along with most of East Texas has continued to change and evolve. As cotton slowly faded away, a need for smaller and more compact tractors appeared. Around 1978, Deen Implement Company expanded it’s product offerings to include what was at the time a little known orange tractor, Kubota. As Wills Point’s population has grown along with the expansion of the Dallas and Fort Worth area, Kubota Tractors have become the tractor of choice for the rural lifestyle. Deen Implement eventually moved to a larger facility just outside of Wills Point along Hwy 64. Around 2001, Deen Implement purchased a second location in Forney, TX just off of Hwy 80.