Cushman Motor Company sells Ventrac, Holder and Steiner compact tractors with different types of mowing tractor attachments, including finish mowers, boom mowers, brush mowers, and slope mowers – all designed to mow quickly, efficiently, and with extreme precision. We sell new and used equipment, OEM parts, factory trained service, and we also rent tractor attachments to customers in the Twin Cities metro area. Our tractor mowers are rugged high performance machines designed for the land care and parks professional who must handle every type of turf care challenge. Ventrac, Holder and Steiner are true all-season compact tractors that do it all. Why limit your investment to just mowing when you can use these tractors to aerate, sweep, lift rock, remove snow and much more.
Want Great Stripes? Ventrac Finish Mowers Keep the College Campus Looking Great
Ventrac Tractors Can Mow in Soggy Conditions with Minimal Damage to Turf
Ventrac Tractors Can Safely Mow on a 30 Degree Slope
Check out the Holder working with an 87″ flail mower
Watch the Steiner 450 mow
See the Ventrac slice through heavy brush on a steep slope
The Ventrac boom mower handles those hard to reach places
Why does a Center Articulating and Oscillating Frame matter when mowing?
Most of the compact tractors Cushman Motor Company sells use a center articulating and oscillating frame. Why does this matter? Do you work in confined areas containing obstacles like trash receptacles, lighting structures, planter boxes and more? Then you need a center articulating frame. Unlike a zero turn mower, skid-steer, or straight frame tractor – the rear wheels of an articulated tractor follow in the same path of the front wheels. This means the front or rear attachments follow the same path as the tractor, minimizing the space required to turn and reducing the likelihood of hitting an obstacle.
Center articulation also means that the tires at the outside of the turning circle always travel at the appropriate speed relative to the tires at the inside of the turning circle. This results in fewer turf gouges and happier customers.
What about oscillation? An articulated tractor with an oscillating frame keeps all 4 drive tires on the ground even on the roughest of terrain. Result: Maximum traction when you need it the most, increasing your agility and safety on slippery slopes and rough terrain.