Discover Versatile Compact Tractors

Save time and labor by adding modern horsepower to your homestead with these versatile compact tractors.



These compact tractors can mow the lawn, till the garden, blow snow, grade the driveway, haul hay, dig a pond, drill postholes and generally make rural life easier.
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This Kubota is equipped with a bale spear and box blade. The spear makes moving bales easy, and the rear-mounted box blade allows you to smooth over bumps and ruts on unpaved roads.
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This Farmtrac sports the classic look and feel of a Ford Tractor that will appeal to people who grew up using their grandfather’s tractor.
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A belly-mounted finish mower makes lawn mowing fast and easy. Some tractors, such as this New Holland, features articulated front axles for steering in tight spots.
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Used on a sufficiently powerful tractor, such as this Massey Ferguson, a backhoe is ideal for excavation projects.
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Front-end loaders are useful for any number of homestead chores, not the least of which is transporting dirt as performed by this Montana.
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This John Deere rear rotary tiller is ideal for market gardeners who cultivate large plots of land.
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Compact Tractor Comparison Chart
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