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Load up your tractor cart to get the job done
When you're doing lawn and garden work, the only tools more helpful than carts or tractor trailers are the lawn tractors to which they're attached. Think of almost any chore you have to do, and you can think of a use for a cart or trailer.
Gardeners use carts and trailers all season long. Planting time for your vegetable garden? Fill the cart with plants, fertilizer and gardening tools. When the plants are growing, head back to the garden with plant food and some cultivating and weeding tools. Once you've fed the plants, you can toss any weeds into a garbage bag in the cart. At harvest, you can fill the trailer with vegetables. When it gets cold, you can head back to the garden with all the tools and materials you need to prepare it you winter. Yes, you could also use a wheelbarrow, but then you'll be providing the power and heavy lifting. Why not let the tractor and cart do it for you?
Taking care of your lawn takes a lot of work, too, and tractor carts or trailers are workhorses. If you're placing rocks around a flowerbed, you can dump the rocks into the cart and go. If you're placing pavers from your patio to the swimming pool, stack them in the trailer and save a lot of backbreaking work. When windy days and storms wreak havoc on the trees on your property, you can ride around on the tractor and toss fallen branches into the trailer as you spot them. You can tackle big jobs, too, such as cutting down trees and taking the firewood to the house, because carts and trailers can handle up to 1,500 pounds or more. With trailers and carts, you can haul everything you need to take care of your lawn and garden.
When you need to move a lot of dirt, riding mower scoops, also referred to as front-end tractor utility buckets, are the answer. They allow you to scoop up, haul and dump materials. You can move dirt, gravel, sand and other materials easily from one place to another. With the heavy-duty steel construction, it can lift up to 300 pounds at a time. With tractor loading ramps, you can take the dirt, rock and sand from your pickup to your lawn and garden.
As you work in the lawn and garden, it's easy to bump into trees, buildings and objects, so look at the tractor bumpers we offer. Whether you choose a single or dual bar model or a brush bumper, you can rest assured you won't do costly damage to the headlights, grill or hood of the lawn tractor.