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How many hours per year do you use your tractor?
For better averages please have owned your tractor for 3 years or more.
My 2305 is on track for 32 hrs per year
Ex3200 have not owned it long enough.
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200 hours a year average.
 

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Depending on the year, snowfall is quite variable and dictates more or less use and storm cleanup that I’ve spread out over the past 1.5 years-I’ve lately been in the 45-60 category but before that and I suspect in the coming years I’ll be less than 45.
 

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I'll have had mine for 4 years this month and I'm running at almost exactly 30 hrs/year. It would be double that if I used it to mow the lawn.
 

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About 70/yr on the 3038e & 60/yr on the 1025R (ballpark based on 8 yrs w/3038e & 5 yrs w/1025R)
 

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Can you edit and add more higher hour options?

Good poll by the way. I just feel like there are a lot of folks who will fall into that 60+ category. It would be nice to see 100, 200, 300, 400 hours or something like that. Not sure the exact right breakout.
Exactly, for those of us that use them nearly everyday 200+ for me


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Not sure I can edit poll......Moderators????
 

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Mine used to be 100-120 per year depending on the winter snowfall.

Now it is 30-40 since it was retired from mowing.
 

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about 400-450 a year or so. But my hour meter is AWOL so it makes it a little hard to track hours... last I saw the tractor had 1635.8 hours on it, and that was last spring.
 

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85-95 hrs/year. 50 to 75 of that is mowing and the rest is miscellaneous and loader work around the shanty.
I actually keep a spreadsheet to track hours on equipment. Helps with maintenance schedules.
 

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LOL, which tractor?

Exactly, for those of us that use them nearly everyday 200+ for me


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I'll put more than 60 hours on a tractor in two weeks if the sun shines and the hay is ready. It would be more except things have to dry off before starting in the mornings. The 790 is a bit more than 150 hours/year but I don't use it for heavy use.

I'm not sure about the lawnmower. I'd guess 25-30 hours/year, maybe a touch more.

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I'll put more than 60 hours on a tractor in two weeks if the sun shines and the hay is ready. It would be more except things have to dry off before starting in the mornings. The 790 is a bit more than 150 hours/year but I don't use it for heavy use.

I'm not sure about the lawnmower. I'd guess 25-30 hours/year, maybe a touch more.

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The 200+ I was referring too is my 2025, I don't use that for baling hay :lol:
 

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I put on about 65 a year that includes lawn, snow removal, dirt work, and cutting/splitting wood.

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Average 200 hours a year
 
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