utility tractors

John Deere 5075E Attachments for Additional Versatility

October 30, 2017

The John Deere 5075E is a utility tractor that can be used for a wide range of jobs out in the field. Regardless of the task at hand, the 5075E can help you work quickly and efficiently.

John Deere 5075E

Let’s take a look at some of the John Deere 5075E attachments that can add more versatility to the machine.

Engine Coolant Heater Kit

This attachment is essential for tractor owners who work in a cold climate. The kit comes with a screw-in type 120-volt element designed to heat the coolant. In turn, the engine is warmed up for more efficient start-up in cold weather. There is also better lubrication at startup, which reduces engine wear over time. Keep in mind that a battery with a minimum of 925 CCA is required.

Key Benefits and Features of the John Deere 5100E Utility Tractor

April 19, 2017

The John Deere 5100E is designed to put the “utility” back into utility tractor. With an engine that reaches up to 100 horsepower, the tractor is designed to tackle all of the tough jobs you have around the field. Whether you’re handling tillage work or transporting heavy materials, the John Deere 5100E could be the versatile machine you need.

John Deere 5100E

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of this utility tractor.

Key Information About the John Deere 2305

September 21, 2016

The John Deere 2305 tractor is not only powerful, but compact and versatile. It comes standard with four-wheel drive, as well as power steering and a hydrostatic transmission, making it a great option for mowing and loader work.

John Deere 2305

Let’s take a closer look at the some of the other key features.

TNV Series Engine

The TNV Series engine of the John Deere 2305 comes with three cylinders. It is powered by diesel, and the engine itself was developed to meet Tier II Environmental Protection Agency standards. This means that it has low levels of both exhaust and emissions, giving operators peace of mind as they work.

Six Must-Ask Questions before Buying a John Deere Utility Tractor

May 12, 2014

Whether you own 50 acre or 1,000 acre property, there will always be a number of projects to be completed, ranging from mowing, material handling, tilling, seeding, and much more. When these projects become overwhelming, it may be time to look for help in the form of a utility tractor, which can be the best friend of a property owner looking to do ranching, hobby farming, or just general lawn care.

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