Trotter Inc.

Trotter Inc., as we now know it, started out as Trotter Service in January 1962.  Jim and Virginia Trotter became the owners of one of five service stations in Arcadia, Ne.  Of those five stations, only Trotter Service remains.  

The business was incorporated as Trotter Inc. in 1976.  It has expanded from the full-service station in Arcadia, to include fertilizer, chemical, grain, convenience stores and fast food franchise.  All Trotter locations remain within 60 miles of home. The Trotter children, Jess and Terina have been long-time employees and owners of the business.   As a family owned business, Trotter’s remain dedicated to serving the small rural communities of central Nebraska.

Trotter Inc. is very pleased to be partnering with Farmer’s Edge, to bring the newest technology available in farming to our customers.

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Arcadia, Nebraska (68815)

Current Conditions: Fog
Temperature: 69°F Dew point: 68°F
Humidity: 96% Pressure: 30.07 in. Hg
Wind: 4 mph From: Southeast

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Saturday
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Hi: 87°
Lo: 68°
Sunday
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Hi: 87°
Lo: 66°
Monday
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Hi: 90°
Lo: 68°
Tuesday
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Hi: 92°
Lo: 68°
Wednesday
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Hi: 94°
Lo: 71°

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