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What is the Best Tractor for You?   
The one the Fits your needs and wants! And that is why we
are here. To help you learn about the Numerous Sizes,
Types, Features and Technologies of Tractors to help you
ask the right questions and determine the right size and type
of tractor for your special place in this world.

5 Questions you need to Ask Yourself?
1) What Size/Type of Tractor Do You Need?
2) What Type of Transmission Do You Need?
3) What Features Do You Need?
4) What Implements are You going to use?
5) What is Your Budget?
SELECTING YOUR TRACTOR
Size Does Matter?   
What are your space requirements? Too large of tractor can
be difficult to maneuver in tight spaces and too small of a
tractor can be too time consuming to get the jobs done you
need to do.

Selecting the Right Size Tractor
Implement Size like a Rotary Mower Width of cut will
quickly determine in the Minimum Requirements. The Larger
the Implements the more PTO Horsepower is required. PTO
Horsepower is available Horsepower "to do work". Many
tractors are sold or marketed as bare Engine Horsepower,
so you need to read the Specs to make sure you are buying
enough horsepower to power the implements you have or
going to purchase in the future.
What Transmission is Best for You?   
The Transmission how the drive moves. Basic transmission
like Gear Drive are more cost effective but can require more
maintenance or less ease of use compared to Shuttle or
Hydrostat Transmissions

What Features do you Need?
Features make a tractor...like Hydraulics. Hydraulics is what
operates the loader or remote valves. Higher Gallons Per
Minute increase speed of operation and helps in lifting
capacity or the amount of work that can be done. There are
numerous other features but working with the Dealer Sales
Staff will help you learn about the special features of each
model.
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Tractor Selection Tips: Less than 2 Acres   
Typically your main objective is the maintain Lawn Grass, Driveway
Loader Work, Landscaping, Snow Removal, Gardens, etc.

Considerations:
- Mower Type? Mid Mount Mower that fits under the Tractor, Rear 3 Point Mounted or Zero
Turn. A Zero Turn is only a Grass Mower. A Tractor can be accessorized to do more.
- Loader for driveway maintenance, snow removal, and digging & loading chores.
- Backhoe for Diggings, Landscaping, Land Reclaiming and more.








Recommendation: Sub Compact Tractor (20-25 HP)
Tractor Selection Tips: 2 to 5 Acres   
Typically your main objective is the maintain Lawn & Pasture Grass,
Driveway, Loader Work, Landscaping, Snow Removal, Gardens, Small
Livestock, Food Plots, etc

Considerations:
- Mowers: Finish Mower for Lawn; Rotary Mower for Pasture Grass.
- Loader for driveway maintenance, snow removal, and digging & loading chores.
- Backhoe for Diggings, Landscaping, Land Reclaiming and more.
- SubCompact Size for Tight Spaces or Compact Tractor for Larger Areas







Recommendation: Sub Compact or Compact (20-35 HP)
Questions you need to Ask?
1) Is this tractor Big Enough for tasks you need done?
2) What's the Engine & PTO Horsepower?  
3) How large of mower or time requirements to mow?
4) Loader Lifting Capacity...What Can I Do?
5) What Implements & Accessories can I use?
Questions you need to Ask?
1) What's the Engine & PTO Horsepower?
2) What's Transmission Choices?
3) How large of mower or time requirements to mow?
4) Loader Lifting Capacity...What Can I Do?
5) What Implements & Accessories can I use?
Buying Tip: Loader Lift Capacity can be measured several different ways. Make sure you
compare the same specs. The higher a loader lifts the lower the lifting capacity. Pivot Pin is
where the Bucket or Attachment Connects to Loader Arm. Some measure 19.5" forward of
Pivot Pin (More true Bucket Capacity) Further from Pivot Pin will always be lower.
Tractor Selection Tips: 5 to 20 Acres   
Typically your main objective is the maintain Lawn & Pasture
Grass, Driveway, Loader Work, Landscaping, Snow Removal,
Gardens, Baling Hay, Feeding Livestock, Large Gardens, Tree Farms & More.

Considerations:
- Mower Type? Mid Mount Mower that fits under the Tractor or Rear 3 Point Mounted. Lawn
or Pasture Grass? Rotary Mowers are best for Pasture Grass or Land Reclaimation.
- Loader for Feeding Livestock, Digging, Transporting & Lifting.
- Backhoe for Diggings, Landscaping, Land Reclaiming and more.
- 3 Point Accessories: Bale Spear, Box Blades, Grading Scrapers, Blades & More.







Recommendation: Compact or Utility Tractor (30-50 HP)
Tractor Selection Tips: 20 Acres & More   
Typically your main objective is the maintain Lawn & Pasture Grass,
Driveway, Loader Work, Landscaping, Snow Removal, Gardens, Small
Livestock, Food Plots, etc

Considerations:
- Mowing Primarily Pasture Grass...How Wide or Time Available to Mow.
- Loader for driveway maintenance, snow removal, and digging & loading chores.
- 3 Point Accessories & Implements will allow you to do more tasks & chores.
- Small Hay? What Package Size & Type? Square or Rounds, Rakes, Mowers & More.








Recommendation: Compact, Utility or MidRange (50 HP + )
Questions you need to Ask?
1) Is this tractor Big Enough for tasks you need done?
2) What's the Engine & PTO Horsepower?  
3) How large of mower or time requirements to mow?
4) Loader Lifting Capacity...What Can I Do?
5) What Implements & Accessories can I use?
Questions you need to Ask?
1) What's the Engine & PTO Horsepower?
2) What's Transmission Choices?
3) How large of mower or time requirements to mow?
4) Loader Lifting Capacity...What Can I Do?
5) What Implements & Accessories can I use?
Buying Tip: Engine Horsepower is the Raw Horsepower the Engine Creates...But PTO
Horsepower is the Horsepower Available to "Do Work". Implement Manufacturers use PTO
Horsepower as the Requirement needed to properly operate their implements. Not all
tractors are as efficient in creating PTO Horsepower. Compare the Differences.
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Buying Tip: Hydraulics. The Flow Rate of Hydraulics, measured in Gallon Per Minute (GPM),  
is the important part of the specifications that determine loader lifting capacity and Cycle
Time or Speed of Raising & Lowering the Loader. High Flow Hydraulics will help make loader
work faster, easier and reduce the time to perform tasks. Important Spec to Consider.
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