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Billy & Jonathan Gosser
/B & J Gosser Farms

“Farming is hard even during the good times, but back around ’89, those were some really hard farm years. That’s when we changed brands to Kubota.”

 

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Diane Sundstrom
/Landscape hobbyist

“It’s a very easy piece of equipment to learn. And, it’s such a snap to maintain, I’m even learning how to do it myself.”


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Henry Christman
/Somerset Subdivisionss

“Over a 10-year period, I can’t recall any maintenance problems. The L3830 is my fourth Kubota tractor. How’s that for proof of reliability?”

   

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Lawrence “Buck” Rayburn
Business owner/farmer

“Kubota engines and transmissions run smoothly, and they deliver good power to boot. I rate their overall performance as excellent.”


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Andy Fleming
Business owner/farmer

“Kubota’s smooth 8-speed transmission is perfect for Tennessee’s hilly terrain. Actually, it’s perfect for taking on any terrain.”


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Cary "Whitey" McKinney
/Landscaper

“The impact broke my Kubota tractor wide open, but luckily, I walked away from it.”

   

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Mark & Don Haney
/Haney Apple Orchard

“The only work we’ve ever had to do on our Kubotas is basic maintenance—never any real repair work. The reliability of our Kubotas has been outstanding!”


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John Vanhook
Farm Bureau Insurance Agent/Farmer

“I don’t think our Kubota can be beat as far as value—what you get for your money.”


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Bob Thomas
Retired/Farmer

“My blood is orange! I am, without a doubt, a true Kubota fan.”

   

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Ed Watson
Professional Dog /Trainer

“It’s awfully nice sitting up there in the M8200’s cab with the air conditioner rolling—especially when it gets up to 90 or 95 degrees.”


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Jason Pooler
/Sod Farmer

“We have nine Kubota tractors total. I would highly recommend them to anyone. They’re unbelievable tractors, and we’ll be using them for as long as we’re in business.”