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Farm Equipment Mechanics


Farm equipment mechanics maintain, adjust, repair, and overhaul equipment and vehicles used in planting, cultivating, harvesting, moving, processing, and storing plant and animal farm products. Among the specialized machines with which they work are tractors, harvesters, combines, pumps, tilling equipment, silo fillers, hay balers, and sprinkler irrigation systems. They work for farm equipment repair shops, farm equipment dealerships, and on large farms that have their own shops. Approximately 45,400 farm equipment mechanics work in the United States. They are also known as farm equipment service technicians. 

Salary Range

$25,000 to $75,000

Minimum Education Level

Some Postsecondary Training




About as Fast as the Average
Personality Traits

Hands On



Career Ladder
Repair Shop Supervisor, Manager, or Owner

Farm Equipment Mechanic

Shop Helper or Apprentice