“As a homeowner who suffered trying to take care of over 4 acres of hilly terrain, I have found my one tractor solution to take care of my property at last!” These words come straight from Brian Stein of Pennsylvania….another happy Ventrac customer! Brian maintains approximately 4 acres of hillside property and here is his story.
With spring in full force and summer right around the corner, we are seeing how customers rely on their Ventrac tractors and attachments to take them from season to season. Many are armed for the upcoming warmer season with mowers, slip scoops or blades. We would like to feature some lawn service owners who talk about how this mighty, durable machine takes them from removing winter snow on city sidewalks to the spring season of mowing, mulching, moving soil and beyond.
It’s a great feeling knowing that Ventrac compact tractors have been satisfying customers in Sweden for over 10 years now. Customers in Sweden have experienced the dependability and efficiency of Ventrac with the help of Lars Persson of LAPAB Maskin A. Lars studied the tractor market in Hallstahammar, Sweden, and saw a hole in the tractor market where customers were using their machines in inefficient ways.
It could not have been a better day for the annual 2010 Ventrac dealer meeting in Orrville, Ohio. The weather held out and it was perfect with plenty of sunshine throughout the day. There were plenty of great people that came out to network and share, while some came to try out a tractor and a new attachment they may not have used before. Dealers and salesmen came from all over, including Michigan, Canada, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina and all around Ohio.
Keeping the main campus grounds at NC State University in pristine condition can be a never ending job. Supervisor, Mark Tennant and grounds crewman, Aaron Pettite, make it look easy. They enjoy working outdoors for the North Carolina State grounds management department and love the equipment they use to get their work done. They work together to keep the university looking it’s best with, as Mark says, “a very well built machine,” a Ventrac compact tractor.
Hi….here we are again with some video that Ventrac users have posted on YouTube. It’s exciting to see the enthusiasm that customers show while they operate their Ventrac. We enjoy getting videos from customers to see the performance they get from their Ventrac tractors and how much fun they have while using them.
Ventrac is the ultimate machine for mowing uneven terrain. The Ventrac Contour Mower Deck will go where other mowers dare not.
We are again featuring Jack Wiley, who uses his Ventrac Turbo Diesel and attachments to do a multitude of tasks. Jack sent us a video of his tractor in operation with an 84″ contour mower deck. Continue Reading…
Ventrac is the ultimate tractor when it comes to mowing steep banks, slopes and hills.
Ventrac customer, Jack Wiley, demonstrates in his video just how secure it is to mow with his 4000 series Ventrac. Jack mows banks with up to 28 degree slope and not only is his tractor stable and secure, thetough cut mower does a fantastic job finishing off the tough, unruly weeds at the same time. Continue Reading…
If you own a Ventrac, you know the pride you feel, the fun you have and the performance you get from one. Ventrac owners everywhere love to show off their tractors. And when the snow blasts, what better way to move that snow than with a Ventrac. While exploring around YouTube I found some homeowner videos using Ventrac compact tractors to move snow, either with a snowblower or a slip scoop.
Take a peek and watch homeowners demonstrating what their Ventrac can do in snow and how they use their tractors. Continue Reading…
Barry Frey was unaware how his new client would change his life.
It was 2002, and Frey – pronounced “Fry” – was simply looking for clients to add to the roster of his Smithfield, PA based landscaping and snow removal business. But when a local hospital called to inform him that he’d just won the contract for their grounds maintenance, he suddenly realized he needed a new tractor.