Modern farming has come a long way since the days of horse power and there are now specialist vehicles for every task on the farm. When you consider tractors, you might imagine a large vehicle with huge wheels and an enclosed cab, however you need the right tractor for the job. For instance, a tractor that is suitable for ploughing may not be suitable for fertilizing a growing crop. The ploughing tractor will be a big workhorse with plenty of power, whilst the fertilizing tractor will be leaner and have narrow wheels so as not to damage the growing crops. There are of course tractors suitable for small holders which will do multiple jobs and these are very versatile jack of all trades but master of none. It all depends what you want your tractor to do. Whatever type of tractor you have, it needs to be properly maintained.
There are now very compact little tractors suitable for large gardens and these will undertake numerous tasks from tilling to mowing and lots more besides. These are very useful tools for landscape gardeners who often have the upkeep of large country gardens that they have designed. There are many implements that can be attached to these mini tractors making them indispensible. Private individuals who purchase these mini tractors need to have a bit of technical knowledge in order to work these machines correctly and safely. They can still be dangerous in the wrong hands, so it is important to pay attention during operation and use the correct implement for the task in hand.