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What are the applications of a tractor?

24-Dec-2020 |  Asked by: Pavan

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Compact Utility Tractors are economic and most preferable because they cater to many different applications including: lawn care, landscaping, snow removal, livestock maintenance, food plots and more. Regardless of the size of the property, a compact utility tractor is perfectly fit for versatility to help you get the job done. These tractors range anywhere between 23 and 46 horsepower and are equipped to fit hundreds of attachments and accessories.
The applications of Utility Tractors include:
1. Lawn Care
Lawn maintenance is a popular uses of a utility tractors. Compact Utility Tractors have a drive-over mower deck for mowing. This deck is very beneficial for easy installation when switching between different tasks. A rotary cutter attachment is also a very useful tool for rougher mowing applications.

2. Landscaping
Wood chippers are also a great tool for landscaping and are commonly used for wood reduction, mulch, fire fuel, walkways and more.Compact Tractors are great for other landscaping needs. The hydraulic tiller, box scraper, blades, and cultivator attachments are great options.There are many other multipurpose landscape tools like utility carts, sprayers that you can buy for your tractor.

3. Animal management
Apart from dealing with more acreage, property owners often have to care for animals. Moving feed, hay, and cleaning out stalls or pens are common tasks that a Compact Tractor and loader attachment can tackle. These tractors provide the added feature of being small enough to fit through gates or other tight areas.
4. Driveway maintenance
Gravel or dirt roads require maintenance, especially after heavy storms. Blade and box scraper attachments allow you to push and level driveways or roads. Using a rear-mounted blade, you can grade, level, or spread gravel on a driveway, move snow, or spread mulch.
5. Dig foundations and ditches
The backhoe attachment is perfect for digging out pits, ditches, or trenches. This comes in handy when you need to dig post holes for fencing, plant trees, or prep and area for a foundation.

   28-Dec-2020 |   Answer by: Ram

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