Maybe you’re a long time tractor owner, or maybe you’re still shopping around.
Either way, this post is dedicated to you! There are so many things you can do with a tractor that we could probably write a book about it. Here are 4 things you should try with your Branson tractor!
There is nothing better than growing your own fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. Maybe you’ve even considered starting a hobby farm. Branson sub-compact tractors are the perfect tool for gardening! With a tiller attachment, you can prepare your seedbed and remove unwanted weeds and other junk. You can then use a box blade or cultivator attachment to level out the ground and you’re ready to grow! Just think of all the memories you can make by growing a garden with your family.
2. Fence Building
Building fences can be a huge task, but with a Branson tractor you can get the job done in no time. Instead of spending hours digging post holes, you can use a post hole attachment to start the foundation of your fence. You can use the front-end loader to drive the posts deep into the ground, ensuring that your fence posts are secure. You can even use the tractor to stretch out the fence wire. Before you know it, you’ve built an entire fence without breaking a sweat!
Check out this video on how to drive fence posts: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYaxSw_dhJY
Unless you have a lot of animals keeping your grass maintained, then a field can get out of hand very quickly. Once you get over a couple acres, a standard lawn mower can only do so much. With your Branson tractor, you can drag a rotary mower, also known as a brush hog to get your field looking the way you want it. You can also drag a finish mower for a more precise cut around areas where you want more a groomed appearance.
One of the best aspects of owning a Branson tractor is that you can haul just about anything! The front-end loader is an excellent way to pick up materials and dump them in a new location. You can even add a trailer hitch and drag a trailer to move larger materials where you need them to go. Can you think of some other creative ways to haul materials with your Branson?