New Holland Agriculture - More Power and Productivity.

New Holland - Agriculture

More Power and Productivity.

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Husqvarna - Power and Performance

We are ready for any project, from cutting to harvesting.

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Spartan SRT Series

Precision cut. Smart ride technology. Your yard never looked so good, and you never looked so good mowing it.

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Rhino AG - QUALITY 
From the inside out!

Rhino AG - QUALITY

From the inside out!

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Intimidator Classic Series

The Intimidator Classic Series is packed with features that make it one hard-working, American-made machine.

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  • Brand NewHolland
  • brand rhinoag
  • brand woods
  • brand spartan
  • brand intimidator
  • brand boss
  • brand husqvarna
  • brand berlon
  • brand kuhnsmfg
  • brand ez trail
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PARTS

We understand uptime is critical and our dedicated team always has the right part for you.

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SERVICE

Our service staff know the importance of keeping your equipment operating optimally.

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SALES

We are committed to providing quality new and used equipment to our valued customers.

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WELCOME TO BLUNIER IMPLEMENT

Blunier Implement, Inc. was established in 1979 by Duane Blunier and Sam Blunier as a farm equipment service center and became a New Holland dealer in 1981. We want to thank everyone who has supported us in the last 30 years.

Our equipment lines include New Holland, Rhino, Dixon, Woods ZTR's, Boss Snowplows, Westendorf, EZ Trail, Virnig Mfg., Worksaver, Remlinger, Berlon and a complete line of skid steer loader attachments. We have dedicated rental equipment including a mini excavator, compact tractor, skid steer loader, Harley rakes and many attachments to go with them.

Our Service Department is equipped for most makes and types of farm equipment service and we supply genuine OEM parts for all our lines plus New Holland Gold Value parts for all equipment makes.

Blunier Implement, Inc. is conveniently located in central Illinois, south of Eureka on State Route 117.