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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Buyers Guide for Tractors in Missouri

Deciding on a tractor to buy can be difficult and even a bit stressful at times, but it doesn't have to be. We want buying a tractor to be an easy and exciting experience, which is why we created this Buyer's Guide to help you through each step of the decision making process. If you are in Missouri and looking to buy a tractor, following this guide means no more worrying about whether or not you are making the right tractor purchase.

Heritage Tractor's John Deere Tractors

Step One; Why do you need a tractor?

Knowing why you need a tractor is a big part of figuring out what tractor size you need. Each of John Deere's tractor series are built for different kinds of work. Some are more adept for landscaping and others are designed for large ag operations such as commercial size soybean farms.

Compact Utility Tractors

Compact Utility Tractors

John Deere's Compact Utility Tractors (CUTs) are designed with homeowners and small property owners in mind. They are great for landscaping, doing small chores, clearning debris, mending fences, and doing basic land maintenance. The small size of these machines works in their favor because it allows them to do jobs other tractors are too large for.

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Utility Tractors

Utility Tractors

John Deere's Utility Tractors are the gateway to larger farm tractors, They are great for hay farms, cattle farms, produce farms, and municipal roadside mowing. These tractors are larger than CUTs and boast more horsepower and large working capabilities. With these tractors you can tackle spraying fields, feeding cattle, cutting and putting up hay, clearning brush and many other jobs.

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Large Ag Tractors

Utility Tractors

John Deere's Large Ag Tractors are the biggest and most powerful tractors in the lineup. These tractors include row crop, 4WD, and track tractors. These are designed for large-scale farming operations such as soybean and corn farms.

Check Out Our Row Crop Tractors | Check Out Our 4WD & Track Tractors

Step Two: How much are you willing to spend?

Once you've figured out which type of tractor is best equipped for your needs, you are ready to figure out how much you are comfortable spending. The prices of our tractors vary widely between the different types of machines, but financing is available to help reduce the upfront cost. At Heritage Tractor, we carry both new and used tractors in order to provide you with a wider variety of options to choose from within your budget. To get current pricing on the tractor you are interested in, contact our experts.

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Step Three: Which implements do you want?

After deciding the type of tractor you want and how much you are willing to spend, it's time for you to pick out what implements and attachments you want. Purchasing your tractor and implements at the same time allows you to bundle the financing cost and that way, when you bring your tractor home, it is ready to use. There are numerous implement options available for each tractor category. To learn more about our attachment and implement options and the pricing, contact our sales team
Some of our most populat options are:


Rotary Cutters

Box Blade


Step Four: Do you want to finance your equipment?

The final step before purchasing your tractor and implements is deciding if you want to apply for financing on your equipment. We offer several personalied financing options through John Deere Financial. When financing through us, you could get as low as 0% financing! It doesn't get much better than that.

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Step Five: Make your purchase!

You've decided what size machine you want, how much you are willing to spend, the implements you want, whether or not you want financing, and you are READY to make your purchase! To complete your buying process, reach out to our sales team or visit your local Heritage Tractor dealership to make it final.

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