Which is the best Tractor?

DrDunc

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Dunsyre
A client of mine is looking to purchase a new tractor, he's after the best all rounder. Can you provide any recommendations?
Thanks in advance!

Kate Evans Dip CII

Commercial Account Executive
Pace Ward Limited
T 01782 286311 | M 07811 550078 W www.paceward.com
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The one that gives your "client" the biggest tax relief obviously🙄

Now, who's starting the "what's the best accountancy firm" thread?
 
They currently have a New Holland Boomer 35 HP so something along those lines
Has the previous machine done what’s been required of it ok, and been reliable ?
If so, go for another one the same.
This thread will turn into a multi page, Top Gear style, dealer bashing, manufacturer bashing, willy waving, off topic load of nonsense.........and they’ll most likely go get another Boomer, as it’s familiar. ;)
 

capfits

Member
A client of mine is looking to purchase a new tractor, he's after the best all rounder. Can you provide any recommendations?
Thanks in advance!

Kate Evans Dip CII

Commercial Account Executive
Pace Ward Limited
T 01782 286311 | M 07811 550078 W www.paceward.com
Happy with our Service? Please refer us to your family, friends and colleagues!
Please pm for heads of terms.
TIA
 
They currently have a New Holland Boomer 35 HP so something along those lines
Your client is obviously not a farmer with that hp
It would help to know what it's to be used for to come up with the best option without breaking client confidentiality
My guess possibly is maintainence at a large hall or vineyard
 

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