Tractor supply sells riding, zero turn and push mowers as of 2015. Push mowers are available in self-propelled and walk-behind configurations. The company features mower brands such as Bad Boy, Cub Cadet, Huskee, Jonsered and Swisher.
The Cub Cadet XT1 Enduro series 42-inch 18-horsepower hydrostatic riding mower features a Kohler overhead valve engine, hydrostatic transmission, 12 cutting height positions, LED headlights and an optimized steering system. It also features push-button cruise control, a 3-gallon fuel tank, E-coat corrosion defense system and a deck wash system. The mower’s automotive-style 16-inch turning radius offers efficient cutting and maneuvering around obstacles. A sloped 10-degree adjustable seat and rubberized comfort-grip steering wheel enhance the mower’s handling and control.
A Swisher 54-inch 24-horsepower zero turn mower features a 724cc Briggs and Stratton engine, rapid response control system, an 11-gauge fabricated cutting deck, foot-assisted deck lift and an 8-gallon fuel tank. In addition to a low center of gravity, the mower features a full 360 degrees of turning capability.
Huskee 21-inch, 2-in-1 high wheel 140cc push mowers feature single cutting blades, recoil starting systems, six-position dual level height adjustments, 11-inch high rear wheels and loop handles with indented bails. Compliant with the California Air Resource Board, these mowers come with a two-year warranty.