Who makes Kubota tractors?


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Kubota tractors are manufactured by Kubota Corporation, based in Osaka, Japan. Currently, the company has subsidiaries that build or market tractors and other implements in 130 countries.

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Kubota began making small but powerful, environmentally friendly tractors for small farms in Japan in 1890. The first Kubota tractors were introduced to the United States in 1972. The main headquarters for Kubota Tractor Corporation in the United States are in Torrance, California, while the North American base for manufacturing is located in Gainesville, Georgia. The company produces lawn tractors, zero-turn mowers, utility tractors, loaders, backhoes, sub-compact tractors and other small farm and garden equipment.

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