Toro Showcase at National Farm Machinery Show

All of Toro’s Z Master mowers are designed to stand up to the most rugged mowing conditions, and many come equipped with Toro’s durable 7-gauge steel TURBO FORCE® deck.

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (Feb 7, 2013) – Toro is pleased to announce it will be exhibiting at the 48th Annual National Farm Machinery Show, February 13-16, 2013, at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville, Kentucky. The Toro booth will showcase a wide range of acreage owner and professional-grade equipment, including zero-turn mowers, walk-behind mowers, stand-on mowers, larger rotary mowers, utility vehicles, snow throwers and a compact utility loader. The Toro exhibit will be in South Wing C, booth #003075.

Toro offers a long red line of zero-turn mowers for acreage owners — from the Toro® TimeCutter®, which is available with a 32-, 42- or 50-in deck, to the Toro® Z Master® Professional 7000 that features a diesel engine and deck sizes of 52, 60 and 72 in. All of Toro’s Z Master mowers are designed to stand up to the most rugged mowing conditions, and many come equipped with Toro’s durable 7-gauge steel TURBO FORCE® deck. The deck features a patented adjustable discharge baffle, flexible rubber discharge chute, high-strength cutting blades, a rugged bull-nose front bumper, and the industry’s toughest spindle assemblies.

In addition to a full range of zero-turn mowers, Toro will also have its new TimeMaster® and TurfMaster® 30-in walk-behind mowers in the booth. These models significantly reduce mowing time by covering more ground in far less time. Also on display will be a GrandStand® stand-on mower, which features a unique suspension system for a smooth ride over the roughest terrain, as well as a retractable platform that allows for operation in both stand-on and walk-behind positions.

Beyond these products, Toro will have several units featuring electronic fuel injected (EFI) engines that utilize the latest in fuel management technology, reducing fuel consumption and emissions while increasing performance. Owners can save up to 25% on fuel costs.

Attendees with larger acreages or pastures can check out the Toro Groundsmaster® 4000-D, which has an 11-ft cutting width and a 58-hp (43.3 kw) turbo-charged Kubota® diesel engine to quickly mow through a variety of cutting conditions across large open areas. Other products in the Toro booth will include a Dingo® compact utility loader, a Workman® HD utility vehicle, and one of Toro’s many hardworking snow throwers.

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