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SD farmers make farm maintenance easier with TractorPal 2.0

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Ever walk into the dealership and ask for all the filters for a machine, and they ask for a serial number or the part number? Now, all that impossible-to-remember information will be stored in a user’s phone, thanks to a new app, TractorPal 2.0.

Now available from the App Store and on Google Play for free, TractorPal version 2.0 is rebuilt from the ground up on an all new platform to run quicker with more requested features.

Built by farmers in South Dakota for farmers all over the world, TractorPal keeps inventory and maintenance records for all agriculture machines and attachments, including cars and trucks. Users are also able to email all records to service dealers or potential buyers.

Users can log all of their large and small machinery including tractors, pickups, lawn mowers, cars, combines, sprayers, loaders, skid loaders, backhoes, attachments, and more. TractorPal can track each item’s serial number, model year, purchase date and price, original miles/hours, and users can even save a picture of items.

TractorPal also simplifies the record-keeping process. The app records each item’s maintenance (e.g., changing oil, filters, tires, and irregular repairs), and will remind users when service is required. Users can even set their own reminder intervals and the app will record the part numbers used.

Also with the service records at your fingertips, TractorPal makes selling a machine easier, whether the buyer is down the road or across the nation.

TractorPal has already been downloaded over 30,000 times by farmers from around the world.

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