Boyett-Brannon Tractor Co.

The Boyett-Brannon 30 horsepower tractor was among the first tractors to hood the engine and transmission. It featured a half-cab much like the Avery tractors and had a large, roomy platform. Another feature was the auto guide steering and roller chain drive. Compared to the majority of 1913 tractors, the Boyett-Brannon was built with an eye toward lightweight design. Within another couple of years, the weight-horsepower ratio would become an important factor in tractor design.

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Boyett-Brannon Tractor Company announced their 30 horsepower tractor in early 1913. One of the few tractor builders to come out of Georgia, this one lasted only a short time, and most likely built only a few prototypes.


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