Sub-compact tractors from Bobcat can better meet your needs over John Deere, Kubota, Case IH, New Holland, Kioti, and other competitors for homeowners with 40 acres or less. Bobcat sub-compact tractors offer more power and versatility than you’ll get from a small lawn or garden tractor. Built tough and easy to maintain, there’s nothing sub-standard about these affordable sub-compact machines.
Bobcat’s line up of compact tractors range from 21 to 58 horsepower, while the larger compact tractors, often referred to as utility tractors, offer a range of 50 to 100 horsepower. This gives you the power to tackle the big jobs on your land.
With a hydraulic capacity of 16.5 GPM, the Bobcat CT1025 beats the John Deere 1025R’s 13.2 GPM. Travel your acreage faster with a top speed of 16 mph in the Bobcat CT1025, leaving the John Deere 1025R in the dust at just 9 miles per hour.
Tractor Implements and Attachments
Bobcat’s line up of implements will help solve the challenges of acreage owners, including those setting up food plots or prepping their land for hunting season. Use the box blade, backhoe, post hole digger, rotary cutter, finish mowers, and blades on any of your Bobcat Tractor equipment.
Want to learn more about the Bobcat line up and the benefits of buying a Bobcat tractor? Visit one of our Bobcat authorized dealers: Cheyenne, Colorado Springs, Golden, Grand Junction, Henderson, Parker, Pueblo West, Sterling, and Windsor.