About Us

Threshing lima beans off Rice Road, Oxnard, circa 1910.
Threshing lima beans off Rice Road, Oxnard, circa 1910.

Pictures from L.G. Maulhardt Equipment Company, circa 1960
Pictures from L.G. Maulhardt Equipment Company, circa 1960

Pictures from L.G. Maulhardt Equipment Company, circa 1960
Pictures from L.G. Maulhardt Equipment Company, circa 1960
Diamond A Equipment has been a trusted companion to agricultural, construction and turf equipment operators. Established since 2008, the agricultural and construction equipment dealer is locally owned and operated. Five convenient locations serve the Southern California and Southern Nevada regions. Local branches Oxnard, Santa Maria, Pacoima and Long Beach in California, and Las Vegas, Nevada.

MISSION

Our mission is provide our customers with value-based solutions consisting of top brand equipment, original replacement parts, and reliable, trustworthy service from a family-owned business dedicated to empowering its employees and customers to succeed in their local communities.

Diamond A offers an extensive tractor selection and parts inventory at competitive prices. Full equipment sales and rentals include new and used equipment, OEM replacement parts, and service. Equipment inventory includes the full line of Kubota, Case CE, Case IH and more brands.

A knowledgeable team of sales representatives, parts personnel and service technicians deliver unparalleled customer service. Certified repair facilities provide value added services for agricultural, construction and turf customers. 24-hour service support is available for farming and heavy equipment. Highly experienced on-call mechanics provide field service wherever and whenever needed. Repair and maintenance services for all lines of equipment maintain quality for a long working life.

HISTORY OF AGRICULTURE IN OXNARD, CA

Diamond A Equipment opened its first location in Oxnard, California, for its rich farming history.

In 1867, the Borchard and Maulhardt families planted 30 acres each of wheat and barley. The wheat rusted but the barley took, and farming was born on the plain. By 1898, the Oxnard brothers financed the world’s largest sugar refinery.

Sugar beets added diversity to the farming diet and the agricultural landscape of the community. This later introduced lima beans, barley, citrus and strawberries to the area. In 1903, the city of Oxnard was incorporated and named after the farming brothers.

Businesses like Diamond A Equipment support area farmers and agriculture with quality equipment and supplies.