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Why Choose Bad Boy?

Why Choose Bad Boy?

Bad Boy Mowers, Tractors, UTVs, and Handheld Tools are not created for everyone. Our range of products are specifically designed for those who thrive on pushing boundaries - for individuals who embody originality and seek equipment that matches their relentless work ethic.


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The only place in town open on Saturday and we intended on making a purchase TODAY!
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I have recently bought a Bad Boy Tractor at Andy's with that being said " I had to go back get some more toys " nothing like buying from Hometown Friendliness people

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Where it all Began

Where it all Began

Much akin to our modern-day transportation system, the Old Natchez Trace was the commerce link between the mid-Atlantic states and the port of New Orleans. Much unlike today’s system, it was a three-week, perilous barge trip down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and an even more perilous three- week trip on foot back home for the Kaintucks who braved the elements and the robbers along the Old Natchez Trace.

From the late 1700s through the mid-1800s, untold numbers of Native Americans, traders, settlers, and soldiers traveled that road, wearing it down as much as 15 feet in spots where a soft sand base was prominent.

While the new Natchez Trace Parkway mimics the original Trace, the original ran through what is now downtown Houston, in fact, the alleyway between the southend of the Tanglefoot Trailhead to the north beside Gann's Clothing Store up through Franklin Corp to the east of Hwy 15N across Houlka Creek.

Tough, brave, resourceful risk-takers fought through the challenges and succeeded in building their live and their fortunes.

As it is today, natives and newcomers alike in Houston are extending this tradition, carrying the Old Trace torch in many ways as they build a future not just for themselves but for the community as a whole.

An old name is new again. Watch for the Old Trace brand! 

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