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If you love working with tractors and machinery, consider becoming a lawn mower or tractor mechanic. In this job, you will provide a valuable service by helping your customers repair broken parts and fix problematic engines, so that they can keep their garden, lawn or farm in top shape.

A lot of this equipment is quite advanced, having intricate parts and maintenance requirements, and many of these repairs are not cheap. Because of this, you should have a solid understanding of how the parts in this equipment work, such as the clutch in a tractor with a manual transmission. You may also need to get certified to work on industrial or commercial farm equipment.

If you are more interested in owning your own shop, you could open a retail farm equipment store. You could sell new and used wholesale products to other shops, or even open a discount store that offers quality new and used products to everyday customers. You could sell everything from compact mowers to larger riding mowers with manual transmissions. And if you partner with a mechanic, you could offer discount repair services to your customers.

While there is no degree required to open your own store, it wouldn’t hurt to have a background in business or finance, and of course, a passion for this kind of equipment. Whether you choose to go into maintenance and repair, or to open you own shop, you will have a career you can be proud of for years to come.

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