Utility Tractor Reviews
The Yanmar YT347 is one serious workhorse at a seriously competitive price point, no matter what variant you choose.
The flagship of Mahindra's 2500 Series, the 2565 cab tractor would make a good option for a hobby farmer looking for 65-horsepower tractor and protection from the elements.
For an agribusiness in need of an easy to use windrower all about the production of quality hay, the Hesston WR9870 with Rearsteer is worth checking out.
Kubota's 58-horsepower M5660SU benefits from a brilliant hydraulic shuttle that makes this tractor a loader operator's dream come true.
With a price range of $40-$60K, 80–100hp power, heavy-duty construction and great lift capacity, Massey Ferguson 4700 series tractors will be well suited for hay, dairy farm, small farm, rotary cutting and loader work.
The New Holland T5.120 is a premium short wheelbase, mid-power tractor that is eco-friendly and conserves fuel usage.
The marketing mantra going along with X-Edition machines is “Trick My Tractor” and it is certainly so. Challenger X-Edition machines are sure to stand out, not only for their limited edition exclusivity, but their increased in-field performance.
Massey Ferguson 2700E tractors may forego some deluxe niceties, but this new series continues to blur the point where an economy level tractor leaves off and premium begins.
The New Holland T4.115 would be well suited for an agribusiness or municipality in need of a 100-horsepower tractor with maneuverability of a smaller machine.
John Deere 6M tractors are well suited for haying and field work, loader, material handling and mowing. For an agribusiness or municipality requiring a 130 hp small-frame tractor with fast hydraulics, the 6130M is worth exploring.