Lawn Mower Acreage Chart – How Much Can You Mow?

Lawn Mower Productivity Chart

 Here is a mower productivity chart to help you determine what is the best size deck width for your yard.

Keep in mind a 17 hp 42 inch mower will not be able to mow as fast as a 24 hp 42 inch mower.

A good guess for mowing speeds is:

2 mph for a cheap, low hp lawn tractor (like the Yard Machines 38 inch)

4 mph for most other residential lawn tractors, zero turns and garden tractors (like the Craftsman YT4000)

6 mph for most mid-priced zero turns and estate tractors (like the John Deere EZTrak)

8 mph for most commercial zero turns (like the Toro Grandstand and ExMark Vantage)

11 to 13 mph for the high end commercial mowers (Like the Wright Stander ZK)

Updated : March 2017

MPH19 Inch21 Inch30 Inch38 Inch42 Inch46 Inch48 Inch50 Inch54 Inch60 Inch72 Inch
2.32.35.50.60.70.75.80.81
.85.971.20
3.48.53.75.901.051.151.201.211.301.451.80
4.63.701.001.201.401.501.601.611.752.002.40
5.79.921.251.501.751.852.002.022.202.503.00
61.501.702.102.252.402.532.753.003.60
71.752.152.452.602.803.033.253.504.20
82.002.52.802.953.103.504.004.80
93.484.505.40
103.875.006.00
115.506.60
126.007.20

Thanks to Exmark Lawn Equipment for originally developing this chart.

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Very useful information. Thanks for the post!

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