Work in a broader range of soil conditions and virtually any weather with the RTX1250 with optional cab. The patent-pending quad track system floats over muddy, sandy and other soft soils with extra stability and maneuverability. The RTX1250 offers contractors the ability to switch between rubber tires or quad-track system depending on the job application.
Work in a broader range of soil conditions and virtually any weather with the RTX1250 with optional cab. The RTX1250 offers contractors the ability to switch between rubber tires or quad-track system depending on the job application. Available attachments include a trencher, vibratory plow, rockwheel, reel carrier and backhoe which make it easy to adapt the unit for many types of jobs.
The RTX1250 Ride-On Tractor allows you to work in a broader range of soil and weather conditions with its optional cab. In addition to the ability to change between rubber tires or the quad-track system, you have a multitude of attachment options available. The RTX1250 is shown here with the vibratory plow attachment.
John Deere two cylinder model D. The D had the longest production run of any John Deere tractor, from 1923-1953. This is a 1925 model which would have had a 465cid, 6.50" bore x 7.00" stroke, 3.91:1 compression ratio engine running at 800 RPMs. At Nebraska it produced 22.53 drawbar hp and 30.40 belt horsepower. Marketed as a 2 or 3 plow tractor, depending on soil conditions.
Nokta Velox One metal detector. The Velox has been developed for tough ground conditions! These machines are perfect for searching in high mineralized ground (very salty soil, wet beach sand, wet plowed land or highly magnetic ground conditions).
Shire draft horses. The Shire horse was bred to be a draft horse, pulling loads or plows through heavy soil. The "feathers" -- the long hairs on the lower legs -- help the leg skin stay healthy and dry in damp conditions.
he Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite captured this natural-color image of dust storms in the prairies of the United States around 1:15 p.m. Central Daylight Time on October 18, 2012. The dust appeared to have source points in southern Nebraska, though more localized sources in Kansas and Oklahoma also may have contributed. Many farms in the region are plowed in the fall for the planting of winter crops, so soils were loosened.