If you’re searching for new farm equipment, or even for a new residential mower, Kubota may be the brand for you! Durable and strong, Kubota equipment is designed to last as long as you need it. Fortunately, Eagle Power Turf & Tractor proudly stocks a wide variety of the best Kubota equipment available on the market today.
Located in Doylestown, PA, we’re happy to supply Kubota equipment for several counties across three states, including Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, New Castle, and Cecil counties.
Tractors are the quintessential farm tool – versatile and strong, your tractor defines your farm. At Eagle Power Turf & Tractor, we recognize that not every tractor is right for every farm. That’s why we’re sure to provide tractors of all shapes and sizes for any farm, large or small.
We love each and every tractor that we stock; this is not a comparison to determine which style is better or worse. We simply want to outline the benefits of each tractor to help you best identify which Kubota product will serve you and your farm for years to come.
Choosing the right mobile generator for your job can be a challenge. There are so many different generators from which you can choose – how can you be sure which will be the most cost-efficient, yet still get the job done?
Fortunately, we know a few good tips to ensure that you’re getting the absolute best equipment for your job while still being cost and energy efficient. As your local equipment supplier, trust us at Eagle Power Turf & Tractor to help you find the perfect generator for your project!
Daylight savings time is officially a go – spring is finally here! Soon enough, it’ll be time to start mowing your lawn again, and what better way to kick off the season than with a brand-new zero-turn mower?
First of all – what’s a zero-turn mower? A zero-turn mower is a lawn mower that has a turning radius of zero. The secret to the zero-turn capabilities lies in the independent wheel motors, which allow the mower to turn on a dime. Now, here are five reasons why zero-turn motors are the ideal choice for any home or commercial property!
We know the weather is a bit unsure of itself right now, but spring is definitely around the corner. You know what that means – it’s time to start getting your equipment ready for the season! Your tractor has been sitting in storage for months, while its parts weathered the cold without budging an inch.
Now it’s heating up, and your tractor will need some maintenance before taking on the daunting task of prepping your farm for harvest. Here are some standard maintenance items that should be performed before you even turn the key.
We don’t know about you, but we’re already thinking ahead to spring – the beautiful flowers, lush green lawns, and freshly plowed fields are calling our name! With that in mind, we encourage you to start thinking ahead to spring equipment care before they become necessary.
Your mower has been sitting in the cold (and potentially wet) all winter; it needs some TLC before you can hop back on for the new year of work. Here are a few key points to which you should attend before tackling the new year!
When it comes to running a farm, your equipment is like your backbone. Without the use of your machines, your business would suffer greatly. However, equipment is expensive; any equipment you buy should be maintained properly so it lasts as long as possible!
Today, we want to compile a list of ways to keep your equipment in tip-top shape through easy regular maintenance. Remembering these steps will greatly reduce the number of equipment failures you experience, and keep you from having to prematurely purchase new equipment.
Winter is fast approaching this year; undoubtedly, you’ve already begun hearing about (or seeing) snowfall in your area. Snow, while pretty, can be hazardous when you’re trying to navigate through it on the road or remove it from your driveway.
The frosts have already begun, and fall is definitely here! That means that winter isn’t far behind. What steps should you be taking to make sure your equipment is prepared for the cold winter months? We’ve put together some useful tips used by the folks at CASE Construction to keep your equipment safe during the winter and guarantee a smooth startup come spring.
Over the years, farming has become more and more technology-driven. Now, mechanization accounts for roughly 25% of operating costs on a farm. With so much money going toward equipment, you should know exactly what you need to keep your farm not only operational, but profitable. We’ve compiled a list of important pieces of equipment and how each one can be utilized to its full potential on your farm.