Let’s bypass the question of whether you actually need a tractor. For now, the question is: Have you ever wanted to drive one?
If your answer is “Yes!"—and let’s be honest, it is—then you’re in luck. The area’s largest tractor dealership, Zimmer Tractor is hosting a Kubota Field Day Event, and you’re invited!
Where: Brown’s Family Market Farm at 11620 Hamilton Cleves Road, Hamilton, OH 45013
When: Saturday, June 2 from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
What: A Field Day Event where you can test drive and purchase nearly all of Kubota’s lineup, including all agricultural, estate, commercial, and light construction equipment.
Why: Because you’ve always wanted to test drive a tractor, because maybe you really do need one, and because there’s not a more knowledgeable group around than the folks at Zimmer.
Lunch: A free lunch with donations accepted will be available for attendees to grab a bite to eat. All donations received from the lunch will be given to local Future Farmers of America chapters.
Learn: In conjunction with the event, (The) Ohio State University will be hosting the Women’s Tractor Operation and Safety Program from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. It’s a great opportunity to learn proper safety practices and become more comfortable operating agricultural equipment.
WHO NEEDS A TRACTOR?
A lot of people, apparently. Event host Zimmer Tractor has four locations covering Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. From those locations they’ve served more than 25,000 people in need—people in need of a tractor, that is.
And who are these people? Well, as the folks at Zimmer like to say, anyone who measures their property in acres. In other words, anyone for whom the regular ol’ push mower isn’t gonna cut it (so to speak.) But also folks who have agricultural, commercial, or construction needs.
Sadly, not everyone who needs a tractor understands what kind of tractor they need. Thus the Field Day Event, where you can kick every tire, ask every question, and test drive the best Kubota has to offer.
Kubota, if you didn’t know, is one of the most reliable names in the business. They sell an incomparable array of tractors, mowers, construction vehicles, and agricultural implements.
Fitting that they would partner with Zimmer Tractor, which is every bit as reliable. Formed in 1948, the Zimmer family has been providing parts and service to Greater Cincinnati communities through three generations of ownership.