TITLE

Montana: New breed of utility tractors

PUB. DATE
October 2004
SOURCE
Southwest Farm Press;10/21/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 20, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that a new line of small to mid-size farm tractors is being introduced at the Sunbelt Agricultural Exposition, Moultrie, Georgia, during October 19-21, 2004, under the brand name "Montana Tractors." Montana Tractors are a new breed of rugged, reliable workhorses capable of meeting a variety of job needs from small farming chores to commercial landscaping and grounds maintenance, to utility and construction site tasks. Montana Tractors are available in seven Compact 4-wheel-drive models ranging from 27 to 45-horsepower; and three "VIP" models, offering a choice of 2-wheel-drive or 4-wheel-drive, ranging from 43 to 57-horsepower. The larger VIP lineup offers a choice of open station with ROPS or a "Big Sky" wrap-around, high-visibility cab. Plus, two of the Compact models feature infinite speed hydrostatic transmissions.
ACCESSION #
14859251

 

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