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Countyline - Tractor Supply Co.

CountyLine™

The Brand You Trust to Get the Job Done!

Developed for farmers or ranchers, Tractor Supply is proud to introduce CountyLine™, our exclusive brand of high quality, competitively priced farm equipment and agricultural supplies including sump pumps, sewage pumps and utility pumps, 3-pt. tractor attachments, agricultural sprayers and spreaders, livestock handling equipment and cattle supplies, farm fencing equipment, mowing and hay harvesting supplies, barn fans, log splitters and more. Designed for durability and superior performance, all CountyLine™ agricultural equipment comes with a satisfaction guarantee that can only be found at Tractor Supply Co.

Countyline Products

3 point auger attachment.

3 Point Equipment

One of the best, most practical farm equipment inventions was the three-point hitch. Back in the 1960s, nearly all farm equipment manufacturers agreed on and adopted the three-point hitch as the one standard system, so that plows, discs, blades and other farm implements fit nearly any tractor, no matter the brand. Most three-point equipment requires a tractor of 20 horsepower or greater. And check to make sure that your hitch can handle the weight of the three-point equipment.

Learn about the basics of hydraulic equipment.

Hydraulics 101

Learn about the basics of hydraulics for tractors, farm equipment, log splitters or other equipment and machinery, how hydraulic systems work and how to maintain a hydraulic pump.

 

What is Hydraulics?

A hydraulic system uses compressed fluid to transfer force applied at one point to another point. The basic components that make up a hydraulic system are:

  • Reservoir
  • Pump
  • Valves
  • Fluid
  • Motor
  • Hose
  • Filter
  • Cylinder

The hydraulic reservoir stores non-pressurized hydraulic fluid, typically hydraulic oil. This fluid is the lifeblood of the hydraulic system. The hydraulic oil also travels through a filter that collects impurities.

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