Our Roots

1940s:

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Enns begin farming in Manitoba

1945:

World War II ends

1953:

Harry and Jake Enns enter the farm equipment industry as an Allis-Chalmers and New Holland farm equipment dealer in Sanford

1956:

Enns Brothers become the primary John Deere dealer for the Sanford area

1959:

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh visit

1961:

The dealership moves from Sanford to Oak Bluff

1962:

Winnipeg Blue Bombers win the Grey Cup in the famous fog bowl

1974:

Inaugural Winnipeg Folk Festival

1987: 

Enns Brothers open a second branch in Morris 

1989:

Forks Market opens

1992:

A third Enns Brothers location opens in Portage la Prairie

1992:

Teemu Selanne plays his first game as a Winnipeg Jet

1997:

Flood of the Century

1998:

Enns Brothers opens the branch in Arborg

2005:

Official opening of Millennium Library 

2008:

Enns Brothers merges with Countryside Equipment branches in Brandon and Neepawa to become one of the largest independent John Deere dealerships in Canada

2008:

Enns Brothers Powersports opens on Lagimodière Blvd

2010:

Enns Brothers takes over Deer Country Equipment in Steinbach

2011:

Winnipeg Jets return to Winnipeg

2012:

Winnipeg Art Gallery celebrates its centennial

2014:

Enns Brothers builds new facility in Portage la Prairie