HIGHER POWER AND PERFORMANCE
Whether you use your tractor to maintain a few acres of land or you depend on it to make a living, Boomer™ compact tractors will deliver. In all, there are five models ranging from 35 to 55 horsepower. As a rule of thumb, the more work you do in a typical week, the greater the horsepower you’ll want.
FREEDOM OF CHOICE COMES STANDARD
Everybody’s needs are unique. That’s why Boomer™ compact tractors are available with two transmission options: a Hydrostatic Transmission, or a Synchronized Shuttle Shift Gear Transmission (Boomer 35/40 = 12x12 / Boomer 45/50/55 = 16x16).
HITCH AND HYDRAULICS
ALL THE HYDRAULIC POWER YOU NEED
Whether you need to load mulch, mow the lawn, clear a pasture, dig a trench, till a garden, remove snow or install a fence, Boomer™ compact tractors are up to the challenge. Better yet, with a three-point hitch lift capacity of up to 2,756 pounds, you can do all of the above with larger, more efficient implements. When it comes to productivity, you are getting the best for the money.
THE DEFINITION OF OPERATING EASE
Boomer™ operating platform gives you a direct, open path to the seat with no stripping or squeezing between controls. Controls and pedals are perfectly positioned for easy access, but where they’re not in the way.
ALL-WEATHER COMFORT IN ANY SEASON
For supreme comfort and protection from the elements, opt for a Boomer model equipped with a factory-installed cab. It’s available on Boomer 40/45/50/55.
NEW HOLLAND HAS YOUR BACK WITH BOOMER GUARD6
Peace of mind comes standard with Boomer™ 35/40/45/50/55 compact tractors because they are backed by a FREE Boomer Guard6 Limited Warranty. It provides 6 years of worry-free operation, including 2 years of “bumper-to-bumper” coverage plus an extra 4 years of powertrain protection. It’s among the best warranties in the industry
No matter what the task, you’ll appreciate having one of the tightest turnaround diameters in the industry. Our FWD axle comes standard on all models and lets you maneuver effortlessly around obstacles and make extra-tight turns when mowing or grading, or while making a headland turn with a disc harrow.