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Full Boar 80 V 21 in. 3-in-1 Lithium-Ion Push Lawn Mower (2 Batteries and 1 Charger Included)
Full Boar 80V 20 in. 2-in-1 Lithium-Ion Push Lawn Mower (Battery and Charger Included)
Toro 22 in. 60V Max* Recycler with Personal Pace & SmartStow Self-Propelled Lawn Mower, 6Ah Battery and Charger Included

Push Lawn Mowers

Maintaining a well-groomed yard involves selecting the right lawn mower to suit your  specific needs. With a push mower from Tractor Supply, you can take on yard work with confidence. 

Making the Decision: Push Mowers vs. Self-Propelled Mowers

  • Push Lawn Mower: If you have a flat yard under ¼ acre, a push mower may be ideal. Operated by the user, these mowers are more economical, provide exercise, weigh less, require less maintenance and allow control over your mowing pace. 

  • Self-Propelled Mower: For yards up to ¾ acre, self-propelled mowers offer a convenient alternative. These mowers propel themselves, which reduces some of the physical demands of lawn mowing. Additionally, their larger engines and enhanced speed enable faster mowing times. Self-propelled mowers come in two primary variations: 

    • Front-Wheel Drive: With front-wheel drive, you will be able to easily maneuver a variety of obstacles including flower beds, trees and other landscaping. 

    • Rear-Wheel Drive: Alternatively, rear-wheel drive mowers provide better traction on uneven terrain, such as ditches and hills.

Push Lawn Mower Features

Selecting the right push lawn mower features for you and your lawn is crucial for ensuring the most hassle-free mowing experience possible. Before purchasing a push lawn mower you should ask yourself these questions: 

  • What energy source would I prefer my mower to use? Gas-powered push mowers, offer longer run times, are known for their durable nature and are suitable for larger areas. Electric push mowers, on the other hand, provide emission-free operation, quieter performance and less vibration.

  • How much property do I need to mow? For large lawns, a gas-powered mower with a larger cutting width and greater engine power is the ideal choice. Alternatively, for smaller lawns, an electric lawn mower may be best as their smaller cutting decks allow for easy navigation around tight spaces. 

  • What breed of grass is my lawn composed of? Each variety of grass flourishes under specific height conditions. Before investing in a mower, it's crucial to identify the type of grass in your lawn. This will allow you to choose a mower with blade height adjustment features, ensuring that you maintain the ideal  height for the specific grass type, which will further enhance the appearance of your well-groomed lawn and promote its overall health.

  • What do I want to do with clippings? Bagging mowers catch cut grass for a clean look, while mulching mowers return finely cut grass to act as a natural fertilizer. When it comes to fall leaf clean up, this decision will be crucial as bagging mowers allow you to collect leaves, while mulching mowers will only chop them. 

Allow us to help you with all of your lawn care needs. If you are still unsure about which mower is right for you, check out our lawn mower buying guide, or head to your local Tractor Supply store to meet with one of our trusted team members. 


Frequently Asked Questions About Push Mowers 

What size lawn is best suited for a push lawn mower?

Push mowers are ideal for small to medium-sized lawns, typically under 1/2 acre. For land over ¾ acre, we recommend a riding lawn mower

Can push mowers handle tall or thick grass effectively?

While durable push mowers with blade height adjustment features can mow thick grass, we recommend a trail mower for extremely thick brush and tall grass.

How do I properly store a push lawn mower during the colder months?

To learn to store your push mower during the off-season check out our lawn mower winterising guide

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