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Kubota Holds Its Same Reputation for Quality Tractors Since First Coming to the Market in 1969

Tue, 04 Dec 2018 10:28:17 CST

Kubota Holds Its Same Reputation for Quality Tractors Since First Coming to the Market in 1969 Radio Oklahoma Ag Network Associate Farm Director Carson Horn recently caught up with Kent Brown, senior product manager for Kubota Manufacturing Company, to talk about Kubota’s line of midsize tractors. According to Brown, Kubota offers farmers and ranchers the reliability they need and depend on to keep their operations running efficiently, when it comes to making their equipment decisions. Listen to their complete conversation by clicking or tapping the LISTEN BAR below at the bottom of the page.


“At Kubota, we’ve got a really diverse line of tractors,” Brown said. “Starting from our M5 series tractors, with about 85 horsepower, all the way up to our M7 series tractors that top out at about 170 engine horsepower.


“Whether you’ve got somebody that’s got a small square baler or small round baler - got a disc mower they want to run - we’ve got the M5 or M6.”


To run larger implements, Brown recommends jumping up to something in the M7 series that he says, “really performs well.” But for the average Kubota customer, he says probably the most popular model in terms of value is the M5 - that holds true he says especially here in Oklahoma. However, he says interest has recently been sparked in the M6, which has steadily been gaining popularity. The most important thing to do, though, when trying to figure out which model is best suited to your needs, is to speak with your local dealer. Brown says they are there to help you make those decisions. Regardless of what you ultimately choose, though, he says you will end up with a quality machine.


“Our dealers are familiar with the products and it really is up to the dealer to be an advisor for what the customer needs and we have a dealership network that is second to none,” he said. “One thing that goes along with that is we have a quality product - one that we design, we engineer, we manufacture, and our dealers sell it. We don’t rely on other companies to produce tractors for us. So, we control the quality from beginning to end and since Kubota came to the market in 1969 until today - we still hold a reputation for quality and that’s really what built us.”


Learn more about Kubota and its line of quality tractors that are built to suit any farmer or rancher’s needs, by visiting their website at www.kubotausa.com.


   



   

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