This is the fourth of five installments that examine the history of ZEN-NOH equipment in North America and how these tractors came to be found in such great numbers. If you are just jumping into this series now, please review Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 to give yourself some background information. We last [...]More »
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Ahhh yes, the battery. Really handy when it comes to starting your Kubota but after that just seems like its along for the ride. Still, it is important that we think about the battery every now and then to avoid a situation where we are 5 miles away, sun going down, wolves starting to come [...]More »
OrangeTractorTalks reader Jamie from Zambia, Africa (map) has posted a picture of his L1501 tackling the task of mowing elephant grass in our gallery. This grass can grow upwards of 8-9 feet in height! Regardless of how much you might neglect your own lawn or brush, I bet your mower has less than this to [...]More »