Agricultural Equipment. Tractors or implements, including self-propelled implements, and stationary equipment which are used in agricultural operations.
Agricultural Operations. All operations necessary to farming in all of its branches, including maintenance of machinery or other facilities, and the planting, cultivating or growing, keeping for sale, harvesting, transporting on the farm or to the place of first processing, any tree, plant, animal, fowl, fish, insect or products thereof.
Ballast. Counterbalance weight designed for the agricultural tractor added to offset the weight of a load or attachment, ensuring proper weight distribution between the front and rear axles.
Frond. As used in Section 3458, the large connected leaf of a date palm tree.
Ground Driven Components. Components which are powered by the turning motion of a wheel driven by ground contact as the equipment travels over the ground.
Guard or Shield. See Article 37, Section 3941.
Guarded by Location. See Article 37, Section 3941.
Long-handled hand tool. Any hand-held tool with a handle of four (4) feet or more in length.
Low-lying row crops. Produce or fruits such as carrots, lettuce, beets, radishes, celery and strawberries, grown in cultivated fields that are planted in rows and of such a height that does not impede the visibility of the agricultural tractor operator and operators of other vehicles in the area.
Nip Point. The mesh or pinch point of in-running surfaces such as gears, belts, sprockets, rolls, etc.
Pipe Trailer. A towed implement with one or more wheeled axles designed specifically to transport irrigation pipes.
Power Take-Off (PTO) Drivelines. The shafts and universal joints between the tractor, or other power source, and the first gear set, pulley, or sprocket. Power Take-Off (PTO) Shaft. The power output shaft protruding from the drive unit of the agricultural equipment.
Self-Propelled Agricultural Equipment. Mobile equipment which is provided with locomotive power as an integral part of the unit.
Short-handled hand tool. Any hand-held tool with a handle of less than four (4) feet in length.
Tractor-Mounted Personnel Transport Carriers (PTCs). Personnel carrier mounted to a three-point hitch at the rear of an agricultural tractor.