Autumn Tractor & Farm Photos

Drew Tyson
By Drew Tyson October 25, 2017 14:00
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Fall can bring changes across the nation – leaves change, crops change, weather changes. One thing that doesn’t change is that our tractor still have to put in quite a bit of work. Here are our users compact tractors, highlighted by the colors of the season.

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arrow’s Mahindra 3016 caught some early fall colors, along with some sunshine

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Drew Tyson
By Drew Tyson October 25, 2017 14:00
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12 Comments

  1. Mawmaw October 26, 10:55

    Very nice pictures! So glad you got a lot of colorful scenery and a lot of different tractors in the photos! We love our Simplicity Legacys and our Massey Ferguson!

  2. TomD October 26, 11:05

    How can we insert our own fall photos?

  3. pay1920 October 26, 12:25

    Great picture, roads look slick…..

  4. Jim October 26, 12:44

    Thanks for the vistas and beautiful colleague of fall colors plus the many fine tractors that work the harvest.
    I take many tractor rides across my land just to enjoy the relaxing freedom and beauty of the changing seasons.
    A nice lunch, hot coffee my trusty rifle and good ol pal dog Benny makes it all complete, pick a vista, stop, sit back, enjoy.

  5. JohnDeere55 October 26, 13:20

    Any way to upload our favorite fall scene photos in response ?

  6. Alex October 26, 14:14

    Where do you get the vacuum for the Kubota BX25D has an impressive vacuum set-up

  7. Alex October 26, 14:16

    Where can I find the Kubota BX25D has an impressive vacuum set-up ?

  8. Ronny October 26, 15:28

    Wow, who puts up hay like that? Where is this?

  9. Tom October 26, 21:48

    Nice picture. I live in the Palouse. Never heard of Hwy 71 nor can I find it on a map. Does look like it is on the Wawawai-Pullman hwy though.

  10. Olemax October 28, 01:48

    This is a fantastic photo. It reminds me of our recent trip to Montana early October. Love it!

  11. Mark October 28, 15:51

    Pictures are useless without an idea of what state or area they come from. Just thro em in the trash. Readers want to know more.

  12. Melanelly November 7, 18:42

    That’s a little overkill for raking leaves. Lol

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