Inventory is certainly down around here in Missouri. In general, if it isn't on the lot, the regional dealers say it's at least 2-3 months to get something. The local NH/Kioti dealer is essentially out of tractors, the Kubota dealers have a few (in particular L2501DTs), the CaseIH dealer has a number of 100+ HP cabbed units, and the Deere dealers have a lot of 1 series machines, 3Es, 2WD 5045Es, and four-cylinder 6Ms.I live in Colorado and have been searching for a new 40-55HP HST tractor in the range of a DK10 Series Kioti, I've looked as big as LS MT347 but that is a little bigger than I need, etc. The local Kubota and John Deere dealers are completely out of stock. I'm willing to take a Kubota, Kioti, LS, TYM, JD, but nothing. I've called in Colorado, Utah, Oklahoma, Kansas, and every dealer I call is either completely out of stock, or has one or two units that don't fit the bill.
I'm willing to take a road trip to get what I want. Anywhere west of Ohio is doable. Is it the same everywhere? Dealers have tons of units listed on their websites, but when you call, they just want a deposit for delivery "sometime". They can't even say when and they can't even quote a firm price.