Tractor implements for Farms, Gardens, and Lawns
Whether you are working for your backyard garden or managing a farm, the use of equipment such as tractor implements can be a great help to be able to do the tasks a lot easier.
Tractor Implements are equipment used to increase a tractor’s versatility. They are attachments that need the power of the tractor to do farming tasks – they cannot run independently (without the tractor’s power). They can be used for various tasks such as moving dirt, tilling ground, chipping tree limbs, snow removals, etc.
If you are planning to purchase tractor implements, you might get confused on which particular product/s to pick considering that there are many farming equipment introduced in the market today – you might put your money into waste. Thus, being familiar with some of them can help you pick the ones that you really need.
Below are different types of tractor implements you may need:
- Box scrapers or box-blades – are tractor implements used to level the area in preparation for building. They are pulled behind a tractor when performing the task.
- Back hoes – these tractor attachments are a piece of excavating equipment or digger consisting of a digging bucket on the end of a two-part articulated arm. This is usually used in making drainage system or irrigation.
- Wood-chippers – are tractor implements used for reducing wood (generally tree limbs or trunks) into smaller pieces, such as wood chips or sawdust. They are usually portable, being mounted on wheels on frames appropriate for towing behind a truck or van.
- Top-dressers – used for applying a fine layer of ‘home mixed quality soil’ to the lawn surface.
- Utility trailers – are a transport conveyance, without a motor or an engine, utilized for carrying loads. They are designed to be pulled by a vehicle that is powered by an engine, such as a tractor.
Above are just a few example of tractor implements found in the market today. If you are planning to buy some of these tools it would be a great help if you do some research first, or better yet, ask help from authorized tractor implements distributors in your area.