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Types of Tractors Explained

Tractors are used for a variety of purposes, from agricultural tasks to industrial and earthmoving projects. There are many different types of tractors available, each with unique features and uses.


Here are some of the different types of tractors:


Utility tractors: These tractors are used for farming operations such as plowing and pulling heavy implements. They range from 45 Hp to 140 Hp and are multifunctional tractors used for farming.


Row crop tractors: These tractors are designed for use in row-crop farming, where the rows of crops are spaced closely together. They are typically narrow and have adjustable wheel widths to fit between the rows of crops.


Orchard tractors: These tractors are designed for use in orchards and vineyards, where the rows of trees or vines are spaced closely together. They are typically narrow and have adjustable wheel widths to fit between the rows of trees or vines.


Industrial tractors: These tractors are mainly used in the industry more than agriculture. They are used to pull heavy loads and fit the cranes to lifting.


Garden tractors: These tractors are smaller than other types of tractors and are designed for use in residential gardens. They are typically used for mowing lawns, tilling soil, and other light tasks.


Compact tractors: These tractors are smaller than utility tractors and are designed for use in small farms or residential properties. They are typically used for mowing lawns, tilling soil, and other light tasks.


Implement carrier tractors: These tractors are designed to carry and mount many different types of implements, such as drills, sprayers, seed drills, rotary sweepers, loaders, and dusters, among others.


Specialty tractors: These tractors are designed for unique operations and are built for different applications. They are designed with challenging dimensions and difficult environments in mind, allowing them to perform functions outside of the typical tractor, or to perform a tractor’s functions in an area where a regular tractor couldn’t function, like tight corners or rough terrain.


Rotary tillers: These tractors are designed for tilling soil and preparing it for planting. They have a rotating blade that breaks up the soil and mixes in organic matter.

Tractors can also be categorized based on their drive type, purpose, and number of wheels. For example, there are wheel-type and track-type tractors, as well as two-, three-, and four-wheeler types of tractors.


If you need any further help or have any questions about service, tractors, implements, or anything else equipment-related, please contact your dealer, local mechanic, or call us at 602-734-9944. Please ask about our current new and used tractor supply.


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