As the longest and coldest winter days approach and the snow begins to fall, it’s time to rev up the engine on your John Deere riding mower. While these pieces of equipment are ideal for the warmer months performing lawn-care duties and tackling yard-work tasks, they can quickly become a residential home owner’s best friend, clearing areas that may quickly be inundated by snowfall.
So, as the fall has ended, the grass has been cut and the leaves have been removed from the yard, be sure to keep your John Deere riding mower in a spot where it can be easily accessed, as it’s only an attachment away from being a snow removal workhorse during even the toughest conditions.
Take a look at these ten pictures of John Deere mowers doing what they do best, clearing the way for operators that need to remove snow from the surface efficiently and comfortably.
(54-inch snow blower compatible with various X700 riding mowers)
(54-inch snow blower compatible with X700 series riding mowers)
(44-inch front blade compatible with X320, X305R, and X304 riding mowers)
(44-inch snow blower compatible with X500 and a multiple X300 series riding mowers)
(49-inch front blade compatible with various X100, X300, and X500 series riding mowers)
(Additional image of the 49-inch front blade attachment)
(47-inch front broom with debris catcher compatible with various X300 riding mowers)
(48-inch front blade compatible with X540 and X534 riding mowers)
(54-inch front blade equipped on a X729 riding mower)
(60-inch HD rotary broom compatible with X700 series riding mowers)
We hope these images have served as a reminder of how helpful John Deere riding mowers can be when snowfall strikes this winter. These mowers are not only efficient pieces of equipment for work around the house in the warmer months, so be sure to keep your mower in a safe, easy-to-access location this winter.