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Cabela’s Selling Tractors
Oct 07, 2013
This fall, seven locations of Cabela’s stores started carrying its own line of utility tractors. This is part of the company’s Wildlife and Land Management program, which aims to help customers with everything from the products they need for their land and food plots to consulting with wildlife biologists.
There are three horsepower ranges: 35 hp, 43 hp, and 50 hp. The two higher horsepower platforms can be outfitted with a cab.
The company will not name the manufacturer of the private branded tractors, except that they are produced at a state-of-the-art facility in South Korea, but to me, they look like this.
This is a copy of the mailed we received at our house:
The tractors were introduced in early August in the test markets of Sidney, Neb.; Allen and Fort Worth, Texas; Rogers, Ark.; Gonzales, La.; East Hartford, Conn.; and Rogers, Minn. All of these locations already have a full shop for their marine/boat service, and Cabela’s has associates at the service centers who have received specific training on the tractor lineup. In 2014, the company plans to increase the number of stores offering the tractors.
The company sells attachments for its tractors, which are manufactured by Woods.
Cabela’s started selling ATVs and utility vehicles in 2006.