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Default Kubuta BX2350 versus B2530 (and/or others) - opinions?

Our rather old Kubota T1600H is wearing out. We also have an old[ish]
Iseki TU18 tractor with three-point hitch for trailing a topping
mower and a small chain harrow.

We have a new[er] Stiga 'out front' mower which we bought recently and
that has taken over the [posher] lawn mowing duties of the T1600H.

So I'm wondering if a compact tractor with a mowing deck would be able
to replace the T1600H *and* the Iseki, it would certainly save some
space.

Both the Kubota BX2350 and the B2530 would be able to fill the bill,
the BX2350 is 'sub compact', the B2530 is more 'middling compact'.
Does anyone have any experience of either of these machines, or does
someone here even own one? I'm happy to look at other makes (John
Deere? Iseki?) but these two Kubotas seem to be pretty close to what
we need.

Duties of said tractor would be using the mowing deck for mowing
orchard and paddocks plus (as noted above) pulling a chain harrow and
a TPH topping mower. It would also be used to pull trailers about the
garden.

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