Rhino tractors were built in China by Jinma and imported into the United States by Rhino International Inc. of Woodland, Washington beginning in 1989. In 1995, Rhino was purchased by Alamo Group Inc. of San Antonio, Texas. Alamo discontinued the Rhino tractor line (not to be confused with Alamo's Rhino implement line) in 1999 due to a significant decline in sales. Farm Boys Tractors of Kingsport, Tennessee, purchased the parts distribution rights from Alamo and continues to provide parts for Rhino tractors.
Model Power Years
No photo available Rhino 1210 0hp -
No photo available Rhino 1214 0hp -
Rhino 162 tractor photo Rhino 162 16hp -
Rhino 182 tractor photo Rhino 182 18hp -
Rhino 184 tractor photo Rhino 184 18hp -
Rhino 202 tractor photo Rhino 202 20hp -
Rhino 204 tractor photo Rhino 204 20hp -
No photo available Rhino 222 22hp -
No photo available Rhino 2224 0hp -
No photo available Rhino 224 22hp -
No photo available Rhino 282 28hp -
Rhino 284 tractor photo Rhino 284 28hp -
No photo available Rhino 3024 0hp -
No photo available Rhino 304 30hp -
No photo available Rhino 3120 0hp -
Rhino 324 tractor photo Rhino 324 32hp -
No photo available Rhino 3320 0hp -
No photo available Rhino 342 34hp -
No photo available Rhino 344 34hp -
Rhino 404 tractor photo Rhino 404 40hp -
No photo available Rhino 4134 0hp -
No photo available Rhino 4234 0hp -
Rhino 504 tractor photo Rhino 504 50hp -
No photo available Rhino 5140 0hp -
No photo available Rhino 552 55hp -
No photo available Rhino 554 55hp -
No photo available Rhino 6144 0hp -
No photo available Rhino 654 65hp -