Choosing Your Tractor


You've decided to make all those chores a little bit easier and you would like a tractor. Sometimes this decision can be a bit overwhelming if you're unsure of what you want for your needs. We wanted to create a little guide for ya to ease that process. Let's get started!

All of those options...and there are many for all the needs you're looking for. Let's start with what your goals are for the use of the tractor. Are you a homeowner looking to replace an old mower and have the use of a loader and rear attachment? Or maybe you're looking to maintain a piece of property and have a food plot for the native wildlife. There are several options to go down for what your needs can be, but understanding those needs is crucial for us to help get you the unit that best suits your needs. Here is a quick breakdown of the models and the customer needs that often go with those units.

  • BX- Homeowner and small properties. 18, 23, and 26 HP
  • B- Small properties and food plots. 23 and 26 HP with bigger frame
  • L- Larger properties and a great food plot tractor. 25, 33, and 39 HP

Almost all the tractors we recieve are hydrostatic drive tractors.

So hopefully now you've thought about your needs and have an idea of what tractor you'd like. The next step involves any accessories to go with your tractor to help complete those tasks. Kubota and Landpride work closely together to provide customers with a wide variety of attachments for their needs. Depending on what your needs are, the attachments you want could also determine the type of tractor you would want to operate efficiently. A 72 inch snowblower is not going to work so well on an 18 HP tractor. This request happens more than you think. Here are a few common attachments we see on the tractors we sell.

  • Snowblowers
  • Rotary Tillers
  • Rotary Cutters
  • Back Blades

We know this isn't a Consumer Report and in-depth analysis on every tractor and their specs, but we wanted to give folks a good starting point when they're considering price, features, and the needs of a new tractor. We hope this helps and if you ever questions please reach out to us and we would be happy to answer them!



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Choosing Your Tractor

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