Homeowners Love the John Deere 3 Series | Lasseter Tractor Company

So, you’re a Georgia homeowner with 10-20 acres of land and need a hand around the property. At Lasseter Tractor Company, we happily recommend the John Deere 3 Family, but first, we’ll need to know what you’re working on. Whether you’re simply mowing your lawn, planting or tending to a garden or landscaping, we’ve got something for you. First, let’s take a look at the tractors themselves. 

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John Deere 3032E with a D180 Loader

Specifications and Comparisons

First things first: all 3 Series tractors come equipped with Category 1 3-Point Hitch compatibility. With plenty of options for implements and attachments, these compact tractors can do a lot of the work while only taking up a little of the space. That said, each model is slightly different, and we want to help you find the right machine for you and your property. Here, we’ve broken down some of the most notable features of the 3 Family. 

3E Series

Hydrostatic Transmission, 1356 lb lift capacity, 60-62 inch wheelbase

3R Series

2194 lb lift capacity, 68-inch wheelbase, optional ComfortGardTM Cab, PowrReverserTM Transmission

3025E                                    24.4 hp

3032E                                    30.7 hp

3038E                                    36.7 hp

3033R                                    31.8 hp

3039R                                    38.2 hp

3046R                                    44.7 hp

What Chores are You Working On?

Owning a home, especially one with some acreage, can be a lot of hard work. That’s where your 3 Series can step in to play. No matter what you’re getting your hands into, there’s an implement for your machine that’ll help you out. 

General Maintenance

Loaders like the John Deere D160 (pictured above) or 320R will ease the difficulty of moving materials around your property. With the AutoConnect™ Mid-Mount Mower Deck, attachable in under a minute, mowing has never been easier. If your land is really getting overgrown, pulling a Grooming or Rear Discharge Mower may be a little more helpful. Working on some heavier-duty bush hogging? Attach a rear-mounted Rotary Cutter; the MX Series offers a cutting width of 48 to 72 inches, and will handle brush up to 2 inches in diameter. 

Spreading Seed Or Planting a Food Plot

With several options for width and blade styles, a Disk or a Rotary Tiller will work just fine for breaking up your soil. If you’re working on a larger plot, John Deere’s Food Plot Seeder will disc, plow, furrow, deposit and cover seed, pack and smooth soil all in one pass, saving you both time and fuel.


No flower bed or mid-sized garden is too big–or too tedious–a task for these tractors. Till and fertilize your soil, plant seed and much more with an array of easily attached implements. John Deere’s Broadcast commercial-grade Rotary Tiller, Broadcast Spreader and Core Aerator will have your garden looking healthier than ever. 


Are you needing help planting trees? Use the John Deere 370B (below) or 385A Backhoe for quick and easy digging. If you’re landscaping with a finer finish, put your tractor to work with a Mulch Finisher for mulching projects or a Box Blade for leveling and grading dirt or gravel.  

Snow Removal 

With several options including Snow Blowers, basic Front Blades or Snow Pushes, snow will be no problem for you this winter. 

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Still not sure that the 3 Series is for you? Contact us today or visit your nearest Lasseter Tractor Company for more details.

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